Bill proposes free college tuition in Pennsylvania

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Wednesday, August 21, 2013

The price of college is soaring. In fact, college loans have now become the second biggest debt a person carries behind their home. A new bill hopes to relieve some of that pressure and make college free FOR public universities in Pennsylvania.

In just a few days, students will be starting a new year at schools around Pennsylvania. Besides the excitement of the new year comes the realization that school is expensive. But a new bill could pay it forward, making huge college loan payments a thing of the past.

“It kind of just made sense to get into television because I like sports and news,” said FOX43 producer Courtney Cherry.

The television field has always been a dream for Cherry. After four years at Bloomsburg University, she is working her dream but it came at a huge cost.

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