Under pressure, UC regents delay vote to raise tuition and fees

University of California regents decided Wednesday afternoon to put off a controversial vote on raising tuition and fees. Their delay until May was a stunning victory for students, who circulated petitions, shared their stories of hardship and pressed the regents to delay action in order to step up pressure on the Legislature to increase funding for the nation’s top public research university.

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by Teresa Watanabe, The Los Angeles Times.

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