Perry Talks Higher Ed, Fisher Case, Romney on CBS

Gov. Rick Perry appeared on CBS This Morning on Wednesday to talk about his higher education proposals — in particular, his calls for universities to create $10,000 bachelor's degrees and lock students' tuition in at a flat rate for four years.

But he hedged when asked to weigh in on the Fisher v. the University of Texas at Austin case, which challenges using race as a consideration in university admissions. Oral arguments are currently being heard in the U.S. Supreme Court.

"The university is putting forward this, but the Supreme Court is going to decide the constitutionality ...

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