“While Biden continues this disingenuous political ploy, I’ll continue working to expand opportunities in the trades that allow students to graduate with in-demand skills and succeed in our economy.”
Colleges and universities have become so expensive it’s a joke. Who can even afford it?
Campus Reform reports:
House Subcommittee holds hearing to discuss exorbitant tuition costs
This summer, the Subcommittee on Higher Education and Workforce Development held a hearing to investigate what can be done to lower current college tuition costs.
Though both Democrats and Republican legislators agreed that action must be taken to lower the cost of university tuition, Campus Reform asked Committee Chairwoman Rep. Dr. Virginia Foxx if she thinks Democrats have different motivations than Republicans for doing so.
“It’s clear that the Biden administration is using its free college agenda to win votes next election,” she told Campus Reform. “Biden’s allies in Congress are pushing this student loan scheme too, proposing measures that would create a culture of government dependence in America.”
Hinson—representing Iowa’s 2nd District— stated in an email from her press team to Campus Reform that “President Biden’s student loan cancelation scheme is nothing more than a handout to the wealthy and a total slap in the face to working Americans. Iowans who didn’t go to college or already paid off their loans should not be on the hook for someone else’s expensive degree.”
Hinson continued, “While Biden continues this disingenuous political ploy, I’ll continue working to expand opportunities in the trades that allow students to graduate with in-demand skills and succeed in our economy.”
Dr. Foxx informed Campus Reform of some other possible options as well.
“Republicans are offering targeted solutions to lower tuition costs and fix the broken student loan system, such as the Federal Assistance to Initiate Repayment (FAIR) Act and the College Cost Transparency and Student Protection Act,” she stated.
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