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September 30, 2010 12:00 AM

State board puts project moratorium on colleges that raise tuition

The powerful State Budget and Control Board, angry about big tuition increases, slapped a moratorium on some college development projects Wednesday, serving notice to school officials that they will not be allowed to pass on the impact of budget cuts to students.

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