RTC Supports PHEAA Decision that Avoids Cuts to Student Grants

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I am here to ask you not to cut the maximum state grant to college students by $705. We live in a community where the impacts of our actions do not occur in isolation. PHEAA is but one example.

As a consumer advocate, I am compelled to tabulate the following annual increases endured by citizens, taxpayers and student loan borrowers to help contextualize the potential impact of reducing the maximum state grant.

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Eric J. Epstein is RocktheCapital‘s coordinator and a community advocate for good government for over 25 years. Mr. Epstein is also Chairman of the Three Mile Island Alert, Inc., a safe-energy organization founded in 1977; President of EFMR Monitoring Group, Inc., a non-profit economic development corporation established in 1977, and Chairman of the Stray Winds Area Neighbors (SWAN), a smart growth association organized in 2005. Mr. Epstein was a Visiting Assistant Professor of Humanities at PSU-Harrisburg (1992-1999) and co-authored the Dictionary of the Holocaust, which was released by Greenwood Press (1997) - Email Eric Epstein


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