Bill to borrow more for college spending in Michigan criticized due to ‘higher-ed bubble’

July 11, 2013

An amendment to a Michigan appropriations budget authorizes an increase in state debt to pay for state university construction projects. But some experts see a “higher education bubble” on the horizon, and said more taxpayer debt for more buildings is a bad idea.
 
         
 

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