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NCMC Could Lose $290,000 In State Revenues

If Gov. Jay Nixon has his way, North Central Missouri College will lose around $290,000 in state revenue next year, coming on the heels of a $180,000 hit the school took this past year.

During the governor’s State of the State Address on Tuesday night, Nixon proposed a 12.5 percent cut in state revenues for all higher education institutions, both two-year and four-year. Aid for student scholarships would remain steady while

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