House passes narrow version of community college transparency bill


A bill that started out as a check on community college spending was approved by the House on Wednesday after it was significantly narrowed in scope to focus more on transparency issues.

The bill, sponsored by Republican state Rep. Kristey Williams of Augusta, would require community colleges to publish information on their website about tuition, fees and the total cost of attending the school. The bill passed the House on an 84-40 vote.

Among other things, the bill would require the colleges to post this information . . .


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