Governor Blunt changed his plan becasue of Attorney General's Threats
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Governor Blunt changed his plan becasue of Attorney General's Threats

Date: September 26, 2006
By: Diana Choksey
State Capitol Bureau

 

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Governor Blunt is taking his plan back to the legislature because of threats made by the Attorney General. Diana Choksey(Chok-see)reports.

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The governor's spokesman Spence Jackson said the governor is seeking the Legislature's approval on his MOHELA plan because MOHELA board members are concerned they will be sued over it.

   

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  Democratic Party Spokesman Jack Cardetti says bringing the plan to the legislature will allow legislatures to debate the plan and whether or not it is good for college students and their families. If the plan is approved proposes 3 hundred and 50 million dollars of MOHELA's assests from student loans will go towards funding college building projects. From the State Capital, I'm Diana Choksey.