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Bordallo shares optimism about Obama's education initiative

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 by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - Following President Barack Obama's address Congresswoman Madeleine Bordallo says she looks forward to a more comprehensive discussion on the president's proposal for free tuition for students attending a community college. She says she supports his intent to ensure that Americans have the tools and education needed to compete in a global economy. Bordallo has long supported efforts to make college more affordable for students. This proposal will give state and local government the flexibility to choose to participate in the program. She adds she looks forward to working with the administration and her congressional colleagues to ensure that Guam is eligible to participate, should our local leaders decide to do so.

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