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Temeria Payton, a sophomore from Canton, Miss is photographed on Tuesday, June 13, 2017 at Holmes Community College in Ridgeland, Miss., on Tuesday, June 13, 2017.  Payton is studying liberal arts and foreign languages that cost has been an obstacle in her studies and she worries that higher tuition could exceed her aid package.  Mississippi’s 15 public community and junior colleges are raising tuition by 13 percent, on average, for the school year beginning fall 2017, partly in reaction to budget cuts by the state Legislature. (AP Photo/Jeff Amy)

Temeria Payton, a sophomore from Canton, Miss is photographed on Tuesday, June 13, 2017 at Holmes Community College in Ridgeland, Miss., on Tuesday, June 13, 2017. Payton is studying liberal arts and foreign languages that cost has been an obstacle in her studies and she worries that higher tuition could exceed her aid package. Mississippi’s 15 public community and junior colleges are raising tuition by 13 percent, on average, for the school year beginning fall 2017, partly in reaction to budget cuts by the state Legislature. (AP Photo/Jeff Amy)

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