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CEDAR FALLS, Ia. – A plan to increase funding to Iowa’s universities by four percent in exchange for a tuition freeze next year received positive initial reviews Thursday from members of a legislative fiscal committee.

The proposed freeze for the 2014-15 school year is contingent on the Legislature approving a 4 percent increase in funding to the universities that totals nearly $20 million. It’s part of a larger $652.7 million legislative request for 2014, an increase of nearly $44 million from this year’s award



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