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Md. bill would give veterans in-state tuition

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ANNAPOLIS -- A bill heard by a Maryland House panel Tuesday would allow military veterans to pay in-state tuition at University System of Maryland colleges. The measure would waive Maryland's requirements that in order to pay in-state tuition, students must prove they have lived in the state for three months or one year (depending on the school) or that the student had graduated high school in...

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