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A bill that would force students to pay $2,000 a year in university tuition passes a key hurdle

A bill that would require nearly all students at Arizona's state universities to pay at least $2,000 a year for their education—without relying on grants or scholarships—passed a key committee in the Arizona House of Representatives last week. House Bill 2675 was…

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