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Gov. Malloy's 'Go Back to Get Ahead' bill could help people who dropped out of college, but plan to return

The bill would cover some tuition costs for

The bill would cover some tuition costs for those who dropped out of college, but want to return. (March 24, 2014 6:06 PM)

Gov. Dannel Malloy was in Bridgeport today, calling on lawmakers to pass a bill he says would help thousands of state residents get their college degrees and get better-paying jobs.

The "Go Back to Get Ahead" bill would set aside more than $20 million to cover some tuition costs for residents who dropped out of college, but want to return.

Malloy says the workforce is in need of employees...

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