MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) - Democratic presidential contender Hillary Rodham Clinton is preparing to roll out her plan for expanding access to college and reigning in student debt during a swing through New Hampshire.
Clinton is set to discuss her plan, which has yet to be released, during a town hall meeting in Exeter on Monday morning before attending an organizing event in Manchester that night. She’ll continue talking about her plan at a town hall in Claremont Tuesday morning, then she’ll attend a forum on substance abuse in Keene that afternoon. Clinton heard from New Hampshire residents about heroin and opiate addiction during a stop in Keene earlier this year.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley, Clinton’s Democratic rivals, have already laid out ideas for curbing college costs and debt.
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