Thu, February 16, 2012
Michigan State University Wednesday defended it's decision to require new students to either have their own health insurance coverage, or buy MSU's, at $1,5000 per year. Republican lawmakers in Lansing have been criticizing the school, saying the policy wrongly adds to the cost of going to college. More than 700 students have enrolled in the insurance plan so far, according to MSU Provost Kim Wilcox.(MRN)
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