Observer Radio Episode 71: Cashing In on Higher Education

Jen Reel

The Everest Institute sign can be seen by motorists traveling U.S. 290 in Austin.
The Everest Institute sign can be seen by motorists traveling U.S. 290 in Austin.  Jen Reel

In this episode of Observer Radio, RH Reality Check senior political reporter and Observer columnist Andrea Grimes gives us an in-depth look at the latest trial challenging Texas’ comprehensive anti-abortion bill.

In the guest spot this week, freelance writer John Savage dives into the for-profit college industry and discovers a business model that soaks up federal student aid to the detriment of taxpayers and the students it’s meant to serve.

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