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SOHDNC February 9th, 2014 3:59am

Democrats: This is Secretary of Education Zackisan. We will have party meeting to discuss another bill drafted by the Bipartisan Education Committee. Please review it and comment with any questions or concerns. Thank you!

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shellybaxter1234 Peaceful Place
02/09/14 1:17 pm

What is the department of domestic development? How will the savings accounts work? What kind of interest will they earn?

Zackisan VC Member
02/09/14 4:55 pm

The Dept of Domestic Development is the newly created department under the Department Consolidation Act, it's composed of Housing/urban development, Labor, and interior departments

Zackisan VC Member
02/09/14 4:56 pm

No interest, it is just a safe market and bank free account for parents to put money into in order to save for college.

Zech22
02/08/14 10:24 pm

I support this, it's not bureaucracy and it helps many lower income families pay for college.

Redacted
02/08/14 9:33 pm

Aren't there savings plans you set up through your bank to do this? (Tax free if used towards college.)

Zackisan VC Member
02/08/14 10:26 pm

There is usually still fees for those accounts and this program has no bank or stock market interference

DrReid Ever present.
02/08/14 9:22 pm

This seems acceptable to me.

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SOHDNC
02/08/14 9:00 pm

Higher Education Pre-Payment Act
1. The government will establish a program to allow parents to save money to pay for the college education of their children.

SOHDNC
02/08/14 9:02 pm

A. This program will be free of charge to the parents, and will operate as a free savings account for the purpose of college education. No government funding will be put into the savings accounts; the government will merely host the savings accounts.

SOHDNC
02/08/14 9:02 pm

B. The government cannot, under any circumstances, take the funds in the savings accounts.

SOHDNC
02/08/14 9:03 pm

C. This program will be funded with $50 million dollars, cut from the Department of Domestic Development. Those cuts will be directed at the Secretary of Domestic Development’s discretion.