Saturday, July 28, 2007

According to the article"Dewhurst presses for community college money” the Lt. Gov.David Dewhurst tries to persuade and convince the Legislator the $154 million in the State funding for community colleges. He was against on raising tuition or limit enrollment ,which can affect the public in many different ways. Education has major role for the growing economy of the country and even matters on individual life which helps to maintain better life. The Lt. Gov. stands firm on his believe over the funding. “I’ve had enough of this,” He said of quarreling over the funding. “I want to see $154 million go back in to our community colleges. I don’t want to see tuition increases, local tax increases or restricted enrollment.” At the same time, he respects the Gov.stands on this issue but he does not agree.

1 comment:

KSeago said...

Good topic. Good post. Clean up your grammar a bit. Legislator v. Legislature.

Where do you stand on this issue?

Your blog is shaping up very nicely.