Graduate early, get a check? Don't be fooled.
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Minnesota is so sick of the expenses associated with educating our children that one lawmaker is proposing the state pays them off for finishing early.
High school students would receive a $5,000 college scholarship if they graduated a year yearunder a proposal by Rep. Pat Garofalo, R-Farmington
. He says the bill would save the state millions of dollars.
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