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Buttigieg Fights Back Against Tuition-Free College

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Buttigieg Fights Back Against Tuition-Free College

Buttigieg Fights Back Against Tuition-Free College

Mayor Pete Buttigieg created a new defense against proposed plans for tuition-free plans.

According to Reuters, the attack was mainly directed to Sens.

Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders.

Buttigieg said the plan reinforces the idea that a college degree is the only way to get ahead in life.

He said the message that college is necessary to success leave “most Americans out.” Buttigieg’s spokeswoman said the perspective of progressive free college advocates is the “height of elitism.”

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