With as much as a 50% cut in state aid looming, colleges and universities are pressing the state for more authority to raise tuition and allocate financial aid. The Senate Education committee voted unanimously Thursday to support that plan, as long as schools can show that they're stil serving lower and middle-income students. But student groups fear institutions will balance the budget at their members expense.
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