Tuition Bill in Governor's Hands
Governor Rick Scott has until Saturday to sign or veto legislation allowing University of Florida to raise tuition as much as school leaders would like.
The bill would lift the 15 percent a year cap on tuition increases for University of Florida and Florida State.
School administrators say charging more would help them produce better graduates and create high tech jobs in Florida.
Scott says he's not sure yet if the price is worth the payoff.
So far Scott has received about four hundred calls and emails asking for a veto and thirty asking him to sign the bill.
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