Fort Lewis tuition waiver finds a supporter in the White House

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Fort Lewis tuition waiver finds a supporter in the White House

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Joe Hanel/Durango Herald
Byron Tsabetsaye, president of the Fort Lewis College student government, listens to college president Dene Kay Thomas testify about the school’s Native American tuition waiver to the U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions on Wednesday at a field hearing at the Colorado State Capitol in Denver.

Fort Lewis tuition waiver finds a supporter in the White House

Joe Hanel/Durango Herald
Byron Tsabetsaye, president of the Fort Lewis College student government, listens to college president Dene Kay Thomas testify about the school’s Native American tuition waiver to the U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions on Wednesday at a field hearing at the Colorado State Capitol in Denver.
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