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L.A. targets full-time community college students for free tuition

At 19, Maria Medrano of Echo Park is already halfway to earning her associate’s degree at Los Angeles City College. Her sister, who is three years older, works during the day to support their family and takes classes at night. So even though she started community college earlier than her little...
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