Protect Veterans Already Enrolled Under The Post-9/11 GI Bill From The New GI Bill 2.0

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While the Post-9/11 Veterans Education Assistance Act, commonly referred to as the New GI Bill 2.0, improved education benefits for most veterans in the country it also reduced the tuition rates for students of private universities in five states. - In order to protect student veterans who have planned their academic careers based on the original post-9/11 GI Bill from financial distress and potentially being forced out of university we want Congress to add a grandfather clause ("hold-harmless clause") that would allow already enrolled student veterans to finish academic programs under the old rates. - Additionally, we want Congress to remove the "payer of last resort" provision that disadvantages students with outside funding such as scholarships. - Lastly, we want Congress to reinstate summer and winter break pay. Please join the US Military Veterans of Columbia University, MilVets, in their fight to ensure veterans' access to top-tier education and fairness under the New GI Bill 2.0

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