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Analysis: Future of TOPS becomes perennial Louisiana debate

Louisiana lawmakers appear caught in a near-perpetual loop, repeatedly debating how to stabilize the TOPS free college tuition program and continually reaching no agreement on its future. This latest iteration … Click to Continue »
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