Across the country, states like New York, Oregon, Rhode Island, and Tennessee are eliminating college tuition to help more students earn a higher education.

But in California, despite a flurry of recent proposals, policymakers are hiking tuition after cutting higher education funding for decades. The result is a system that’s leaving tens of thousands of students hungry and homeless, and simultaneously sending a message to countless high school students that they don’t belong in college because of the cost.

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