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Assemblymember McCarty Releases Statement in Response to LAO Report

SACRAMENTO - Assemblymember Kevin McCarty (D-Sacramento), Chair of the Assembly Budget Subcommittee on Education Finance released the following statement in response to the Legislative Analyst Office's (LAO) report, "Creating a Debt Free College Program." "The LAO's report on debt free college provides a number encouraging options to help our state's students achieve the California dream," said Assemblymemb ...

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Millennials Go House Hunting, and Here’s What They Crave

(NewsUSA) - Sponsored by GAF-Guess who's been driving home sales for the past few years? Millennials -- the older ones at least. That's right, contrary to popular perception, not all of the 18- to 35-year-old generation is so wracked with college debt that they're living in their parents' basements while working for peanuts as baristas. In fact, the National Association of Realtors just officially crowned t ...

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Teens Who Graffitied Historic Black School With Swastikas Sentenced To Visit Holocaust Museum

By Sebastian Murdock A group of Virginia teens convicted of spray-painting an historic black church with swastikas and “white power” have been sentenced to visit the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum. The five boys, all 16 or 17, will also read books from Jewish, black and Afghan authors, and write a research paper on hate speech, The Washington Post reported. They were also sentenced to listen to an interview ...

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Top Black History Month Scholarship Programs For African-American Students

Every year, many companies and organizations give away scholarships to African American students as a way of celebrating and honoring Black History month. Some of these programs have come and gone, while others have been very consistent throughout the years. Here’s a list of the programs that are open this February: #1 – Jackie Robinson Foundation Scholarship: This program is for minority high school studen ...

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