The University of Wisconsin tuition freeze that’s been in place for the past eight years would expire under a Republican motion the Joint Finance Committee approved in late May.

Along with allowing the cap on in-state, undergrad tuition to go away, the motion would add $22.3 million in additional general taxpayer revenue for the UW System, the Wisconsin Technical College System and the Higher Educational Aids Board. The measures will need to get approval from both houses of the Legislature and the governor to become law.

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