The Sun — Assemblyman Curt Hagman, R-Chino Hills, wrote in an opinion column that he has co-authored a bill that would freeze tuition for seven years for students at the California State University, University of California and community colleges at the levels set in 2011-2013.
“This would give students relief and financial predictability over the course of their education,” Hagman wrote. He proposed using revenue from Proposition 30, approved by voters in November, to fund the tuition freeze.
The column was published Jan. 17, 2013, and also appeared in the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin.
Read the complete article at “Protect college students from tuition increases: Opinion.”