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Legislators are optimistic about bipartisan support for the proposal, which would also increase grant amounts, but they’re keeping cognizant of a looming $4.3 billion budget gap.
The House education committee invited the leaders to testify about their institutions’ responses to allegations of antisemitism—and to demand that they take stronger action.
Republicans’ ongoing lawsuits and House probes have buffeted those who study online falsehoods. Researchers say there’s been a “chilling effect,” but the work goes on.
An opinion by the commonwealth’s attorney general on the responsibilities of public university trustees prompts a debate about whether Governor Glenn Youngkin believes they answer to him.
Negotiations next spring will address state authorization and the definition of distance education but won’t consider use of third-party servicers.