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By Chris Kenning
Kentucky's public universities received permission last week to increase tuition as much as 8 percent over the next two years — potentially hiking yet again the sticker price of a college education.
With state funding falling and university expectations rising, the Council on Postsecondary Education decided it had to approve the allowed increase, which applies to in-state undergraduate students for the coming school year. But, it capped the increase at no more than 5 percent in either year.
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