States are digging into their federal stimulus money to help finance community colleges, where rising tuition, soaring enrollment, and budget cuts threaten to shut students out of the system, reports. But the $144 billion in stimulus money for state and local fiscal relief won't make up for budget cuts in every state. Miami Dade College, the nation's largest community college with 167,000 students, will be forced to limit enrollment this fall because of state budget cuts. California officials, anticipating a 33 percent enrollment increase this summer and fall, said they may have to turn away 250,000 community college students...

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