An ambitious idea by Assemblyman Kevin McCarty, at the podium, to spend hundreds of millions of dollars to make college free for more Californians is unrealistic in a time when President Donald Trump and congressional Republicans likely will slash spending on social programs and plan to eviscerate the Affordable Care Act, steps that could shift huge costs to the state and force deep cuts.
An ambitious idea by Assemblyman Kevin McCarty, at the podium, to spend hundreds of millions of dollars to make college free for more Californians is unrealistic in a time when President Donald Trump and congressional Republicans likely will slash spending on social programs and plan to eviscerate the Affordable Care Act, steps that could shift huge costs to the state and force deep cuts. Hector Navejas
An ambitious idea by Assemblyman Kevin McCarty, at the podium, to spend hundreds of millions of dollars to make college free for more Californians is unrealistic in a time when President Donald Trump and congressional Republicans likely will slash spending on social programs and plan to eviscerate the Affordable Care Act, steps that could shift huge costs to the state and force deep cuts. Hector Navejas

Assembly Democrats over-promise free college

March 14, 2017 03:04 PM

UPDATED March 14, 2017 07:22 PM

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