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    Higher education can be gained in a variety of ways. If a private company wants to put merit into a college diploma that is their prerogative. The federal government has no reason to get involved in funding colleges or punishing them for providing free videos online, only because the hearing impaired cannot benefit from the videos.

    Tyler Scott Colford

    Senator,
    Jacksonville, Vermont

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    I support a great education.

    Christopher James Geertsen

    Council Member,
    Kearns, Utah

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    Ruckelshaus saw first hand during his travels throughout the state in the Daniels Administration that the states higher education system is in need of change. Ruckelshaus looks forward to working with state leaders, university leaders and other stakeholders to move the states higher education system to the next level and one that is more responsive and cost efficient to Hoosier families.

    John C Ruckelshaus

    State Senator,
    Indianapolis , Indiana

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    Higher educational institutions and public schools must have constant dialogue and programmatic solutions to address student success and preparedness. Financial barriers must not prevent individuals from access to higher education. Free and affordable options will support low-income and middle-class families.

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    Strongly support higher education especially preparation for Sciences Technology Engineering and Math.

    David Eldredge

    County Council,
    Heber City, Utah

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    We need student loan reform in this country. An entire generation was duped into believing that they could obtain a higher education and get ahead in life if they took out student loans. Many of them are still working or will work past the age of retirement to pay those loans off. When student loans place people into any form of involuntary servitude, reform is necessary.

    Lenore Albert-Sheridan

    State Assembly,
    Huntington Beach

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