If public universities become free under a President Sanders, would that mean colleges like UVA and Michigan would be free for anyone regardless of the state you come from?

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Hello, everyone.

Recently, I’ve been wondering exactly this: If public universities become free under a President Sanders, would that mean colleges like UVA and Michigan would be free for anyone regardless of the state you come from?

If you don’t know already, UVA and Michigan are both arguably the top two public universities in the USA. But, would they be made free for anyone regardless of the state under a President Sanders? Or would it be free only for in state students?

Thank you!

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Should the Sanders campaign work to generate support in states by showcasing how corporations have benefited from state tax policies over the past few decades?

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Should the Sanders campaign work to generate support in states by showcasing how corporations have benefited from state tax policies over the past few decades? For Republicans and corporate Democrats, shift the tax burden at the state level to workers is a win-win. Corporations pay less, and the public becomes sensitized to high taxes and more receptive to pro-tax cut propaganda. Joe Biden and Republicans likes to talk about states rights when it suites them. Maybe it is time to talk corporate taxes at the state level too. As indicated in the 2016 link, "In 36 of 46 states collecting corporate income taxes, net corporate revenues grew at a slower rate than total revenue over the past 20 years." Some of the more extreme examples … In Ohio, corporate tax revenues dropped 81% versus a 64% overall increase. In Michigan, it was a 72% drop in corporate taxes versus a 56% overall increase. In Louisiana, it was a 54% drop in corporate taxes versus a 68% overall increase. So regular people are seeing their taxes going up while corporations, and their investors are going to be reaping the rewards … unless the corporations are paying their employees well, giving bonuses, etc. https://www.governing.com/topics/finance/gov-disappearing-corporate-taxes.html

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Bernie Sanders odds of victory: the misunderstood current state of the election

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Yes. Bernie is in second place. In fact, the trends of the data show warren close to overtaking him. The media is touting the fall of sanders and the success of Joe Biden. The sanders base (some) seems to be taken back. Some are even losing hope.

Here’s what you are not considering: other candidates WILL be dropping out. That’s not even a question. After Super Tuesday, it’s likely that the field will narrow to three, MAYBE five candidates.

Those voters will go to support other candidates. The current field will DRAMATICALLY shift.

Look I’m not telling you sanders is currently leading. He’s not.

But the media wants you to ignore what’s going to happen as candidates begin dropping out. DONT LOSE HOPE.

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Feeling powerless living in a blue state

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I live in Oregon. It went to Bernie in 2016 and almost certainly will again. But I feel powerless. If I could magically help Bernie win 100% of my state, it has no better effect than him winning 50.0001%.

How can I get involved to help Bernie win in the swing States? How can an Oregonian help Bernie win Wisconsin or Pennsylvania? What can I do that will actually help him win in 2020?

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