Fresno State instructor Dr. Kimberly Coy, foreground right, talks with student Roseleen Empleo, foreground left, as class gets underway to train future teachers. Budget cuts proposed by President Donald Trump could affect financial programs that help Fresno State students attend college.
Fresno State instructor Dr. Kimberly Coy, foreground right, talks with student Roseleen Empleo, foreground left, as class gets underway to train future teachers. Budget cuts proposed by President Donald Trump could affect financial programs that help Fresno State students attend college. JOHN WALKER Fresno Bee file
Fresno State instructor Dr. Kimberly Coy, foreground right, talks with student Roseleen Empleo, foreground left, as class gets underway to train future teachers. Budget cuts proposed by President Donald Trump could affect financial programs that help Fresno State students attend college. JOHN WALKER Fresno Bee file

Trump’s proposed budget cuts may hurt Fresno’s poor, first-generation students

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