MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - About 100 members of the Save Alabama
PACT group paraded up Montgomery's main street to the state Capitol
to attend a meeting of the board that oversees Alabama's Prepaid
College Tuition Plan.
Organizer Patti Lambert of Decatur said the group wanted to show
the board and state officials that participants in the plan expect
the state to provide four years of college tuition, despite the
plan's financial troubles.
The board is meeting Wednesday to get the latest financial
information on how its investments are weathering the recession.
Save Alabama PACT wants the Legislature to shore up the
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