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A New Deregulatory Push

12 February 2014 3 views No Comment

“The last time the Higher Education Act came up for a vote in Congress in 2008, Senator Lamar Alexander trotted out a five-foot stack of cartons onto the Senate floor to show the enormity of existing regulations governing higher education. Now that lawmakers are once again contemplating how to rewrite that massive piece of legislation — which authorizes, among other things, the $150 billion-a-year federal student aid program — Alexander is returning to his props,” Inside Higher Ed reports.

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