I’m partially supportive of this measure but don’t like too much government involvement or unions for the obvious reasons. But I returned to my community college after my children were in school full time and trained for a wonderful career in the medical field, this was in the 80’s where were were accepted without having to be subjected to meet “quotas” & guess what? We all had great training as a diverse group that included females, males, 20yr to 40+Yrs old, Blacks, Asian, Hispanics, Pacific Islanders, whites all without Government involvement! While we attended college classes, we also interned in hospitals, but only received a small stipend( usually enough to cover our lunch). This is where I would recommend some small financial support because we were very productive in our training. The best part was receiving a degree with a job offering at the end of training AND NO DEBT! People need to be able to look at their choices, evaluate the cost & not spend thousands of dollars for a degree that might make you feel grate but worthless in the real world. No one else should be bailing you out for your choice s. Maybe we should use this money for more community colleges that support these types of programs? This reminds me of at least 2 of my instructors held PHDs ( many more on campus) were from major Universities. They left the universities because of the “Political atmosphere “ or what we now know as political correctness. They wanted to teach, the University is more interested in publishing & pushing agendas! We reaped the rewards of great teachers.