Popular Vet Bill in Texas that Promised Free Education Benefits Becoming Too Big to Manage

Posted on AllSides May 16th, 2015
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Hazlewood is a program in Texas that was designed to reward veterans with 150 free credit hours at a state school. Since many veterans already had benefits under the GI Bill, in 2009 then-Sen. Leticia Van de Putte, D-San Antonio, who ran as Wendy Davis’s running mate in last year’s gubernatorial race, suggested they save the Hazlewood benefits for their children and more or less guarantee them free tuition. Her idea was heralded

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