Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Penn State's president protests proposed 52% aid cut

In response to Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett's proposed 52 percent cut in aid
to Penn State, the university's president, Graham Spanier, asks:

"If Pennsylvania had the opportunity to attract a new company that would have a guaranteed payroll of $182 million would we allow it to slip away?"

Spanier says he won't sit idly by and let it happen without objection, and object he does,
in a 55-minute news conference (most of it Q&A's) viewable below.

Here's the text of Governor Corbett's budget address
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