Gov. Tim Pawlenty, a Minnesota Republican, last week vetoed a bill that would have required the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system to create a five-year plan to help students transfer credits from community colleges to universities, and to better inform community college students about which course credits transfer, The St. Cloud Times reported. The governor said that the system was already working on the issue so that legislation was not necessary.
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