In College Admissions Scandal

The college admissions scam has led California to legislate three new laws. The first law limits the timeframe within which colleges in California can admit applicants who do not meet their eligibility standards. Additionally, schools in the state must disclose if they give preferential treatment to certain applicants. And, finally, anyone convicted in such a scandal loses the tax benefits of their donations to the phony charities. (We’re not lawyers, but we would have assumed there was already a law in the books for the final law.)

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