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SUNY tuition hike is moving forward in Albany, but with a key change
By Karen Dewitt/WRVO's Capitol Correspondent
ALBANY, NY – There's movement in Albany to approve a tuition hike for State University of New york students. But this time, lawmakers and SUNY officials say, they want to do it differently.
WRVO Capitol Correspondent Karen Dewitt reports that SUNY wants the power to control its own tuition increases from now on.