Ohio is now considering developing a delayed tuition plan for students attending public colleges, similar to Oregon's plan. Ohio State Reps. Robert F. Hagan (D-Youngstown) and Mike Foley (D-Cleveland) are pushing for a plan that would allow students to earn a bachelor's degree without paying a tuition bill right away. Once students graduate, they will pay 3 percent of their income for 24 years. Whether the students have a $10,000 a year salary or $100,000 a year salary, it doesn't matter - the percentage will stay the same.
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