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The paradox of Wisconsin school funding
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Two Associated press headlines: 1) Regents president says access is top goal. 2) States cut aid to college students as demand booms.Both stories obviously have to do with financial aid, and both have to do with Wisconsins university system.In a state Senate committee hearing Tuesday, Milwaukee business man Chuck Pruitt, who has served the last six years as the University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents president, said the state must make more money available to low-income students.That might be difficult given the lack of funding explained in the story carrying the later headline.