Every year, colleges raise tuition prices yet again. That’s helped create the student debt crisis, and it’s causing more young people to skip college altogether. But what’s the government’s role here? Is it making things worse? And if so, what’s the solution? Richard Vedder, author of
“Restoring the Promise: Higher Education in America,” shares his thoughts.
We also cover these stories:
• Labor Secretary Alex Acosta defends his handling of Jeffrey Epstein plea deal.
• An appeals court rules that President Trump’s hotel isn’t violating the emoluments clause.
• California is becoming the first state to offer Medicaid to young adult illegal immigrants.