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N E S IMonday, June 30, 2008
2 The Michigan Daily - michigandailycom

BUDGET
From Page 1
represents the state's 15 public
universities. "We started at three,
the state fell on some tough bud-
get times and we're a victim of the
whole structural deficit that con-
tinues to deflate the whole state of
Michigan."
Boulos said he was graceful high-
er education was one of the few bud-
gets to see an increase.
Granholm also recommended the
hill include a cap on tuition hikes
at the rate of inflation, prevent-

log state universities from raising
tuition any more than 2.3 percent.
Both the Senate and House rejected
the provision.
"The governor recommended
3 percent, we were coming in at 1
percent and it was just unrealis-
tic to make the universities hold
down their tuition when we were
not giving them the recommended
(3-percent) increase," said Byrnes,
whose district includes North
Campus.
The University's budget, passed
during the University Board of
Regents' June 19 meeting, based
See BUDGET, Page 8

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