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Forcing taxpayers to pay down $1.5 trillion in government-held student debt is a form of regressive taxation that only serves to benefit the wealthy.
A Florida ballot initiative was approved by a supermajority of voters, raising the state's minimum wage to $15 an hour by the year 2026.
As Philadelphia is consumed by its own wave of violence, it seems that such a response is applauded by the majority of America's college students.
An intra-government watchdog recently reviewed the rebuilding efforts in Afghanistan and concluded that $19 billion in taxpayer money went to "waste, fraud, and abuse."
It is clear that Americans need affordable, practical alternatives to college, and the Federation for Manufacturing Education is one clear success story in that regard.
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