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The head of California's community college system on April 4 asked Santa Monica College to put on hold a controversial plan to offer higher-priced courses this summer while the legality of the program is determined.

Chancellor Jack Scott said he made the request in a call to college President Chui L. Tsang, during which he also expressed concern about a student protest in which several people suffered minor injuries when a campus police officer discharged pepper...

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