The Forks Estate: USG bill could increase Student Health and Wellness Fee

The bill has sparked a debate amongst ASU students and USG

USG Tempe passed a bill on Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2018, that would increase the Student Health and Wellness Fee. The aim of this bill is to increase access to campus resources. There has, however, been some debate over the cost of this bill. On this episode of Forks Estate, podcast editor Morgan Willis talks with politics reporter Tina Giuliano to find out more. 

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