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NOT SO FAST – The University of California Board of Regents has pumped the brakes on a proposal that would significantly increase law school tuition at Berkeley, Davis, Irvine and UCLA. The board was due to take action on the increase Wednesday but delayed the vote to give students more time to weigh in. At Berkeley, for example, tuition would increase to $75,000 for nonresidents, by 2023.

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