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PUBLIC LAW 90-575-OCT. 16, 1968
fusing to award, continue, or extend any financial assistance under any such Act to any individual because of any misconduct which in its judgment bears adversely on his fitness for such assistance. (2) Nothing in this section shall be construed as limiting or prejudicing the rights and prerogatives of any institution of higher education to institute and c,arry out an independent, disciplinary proceeding pursuant to existing authority, practice, and law. (3) Nothing in this section shall be construed to limit the freedom of any student to verbal expression of individual views or opinions. RULEMAKING REQUIREMENTS
SEC. 505. No standard, rule, regulation, or requirement of general Publication in applicability prescribed for the administration of this Act or any Act ^^'^^'"^^ Register. amended by this Act may take effect until 30 days after it is published in the Federal Kegister. DUPLICATION OF BENEFITS
SEC. 506. No grant, award, or loan of assistance to any student under any Act amended by this Act shall be considered a duplication of benefits for the purposes of section 1781 of title 38, United States Code.
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FINANCIAL AID TO STUDENTS NOT TO BE TREATED AS INCOME OR RESOURCES UNDER CERTAIN PROGRAMS
SEC. 507. For the purpose of any program assisted under title I, IV, X, X IV, X VI, or X IX of the Social Security Act, no grant or loan ^^^2 USC 301, ^ to any undergraduate student for educational purposes made or insured 1381, 1396. ' under any program administered by the Commissioner of Education shall be considered to be income or resources. P R E S I D E N T I A L RECOMMENDATION WITH RESPECT TO POST-SECONDARY EDUCATION FOR ALL
SEC. 508. On or before December 31, 1969, the President shall submit to the Congress proposals relative to the feasibility of making available a post-secondary education to all young Americans who qualify and seek it. Approved October 16, 1968.
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