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10 Reasons We Love Hillary Clinton’s College Accessibility and Student Loans Policy

In an election cycle that seems mired down with nastiness, Hillary Clinton’s New College Compact is a breath of fresh air—and it offers a lot of breathing room for those struggling with the high cost of higher education.
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