We are Ray and Kelli, counselors at City. 1st grader asks for food and blanket from Santa. Homeless to Billionaire. Which debt to pay off first. Money in the bank. Wonder. Funeral for a neighbor. Black Friday mistakes. Black Friday secrets from store employees. Negotiate a better salary. Avoid holiday overspending. 8 ways to save. Debt eliminated. Which debt to take out first.

The veterans page: Veterans Day. A surprised 8-year-old. Honoring heroic dog. Honorably discharged veterans shop tax-free. Forever GI Bill. Father takes care of 4 children. Integrate Marine Training? Robotic legs. Costs of war. Saluting a fallen soldier. 300K Lotto winner. Vets and painkillers. Vet resources. Grandmother of veteran's family deported. Housing the homeless. Veteran finds healing through adopting a cat. Wounded Marines help others.

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Friday, September 21, 2012

CSUs and UCs are strapped for money

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Okay, if you're a college student in CA, breathe a sigh of relief that Proposition 30 passed. What might've been the fallout if voters had gone in the other direction? CSU Board OKs Tuition Increase -- Good Only If Prop 30 Fails was published in the "LA Times" on Sept. 19, 2012.

Also, the UC system is considering increasing enrollment of out-of-state and international students to help during this time of funding shortages from the state. These students pay higher tuition and this brings in more money to the UCs. However, it hurts California residents who hope to realize their dream through a UC education. Hall: In-State UC Enrollment Faces Diminished Future appeared in the "U-T San Diego" on Sept. 21, 2012.

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