Ben Lyons chats with John Legend at his On The Road performance at the United Palace in NYC.
Mich elle: Clinton said, “My plan would enable anyone to go to a public college or university tuition-free. You would not have to borrow money for tuition.” Here are the facts – Free for the students, but someone has to pay. Clinton and would shift more college costs onto taxpayers and away from parents and students. Her plan is bound to cost more than the $35 billion per year over 10 years projected by her campaign. This is because more students would probably switch to public universities on the potential to graduate without debt, raising costs for the government and potentially leaving many modestly endowed private institutions in the lurch.