Brooklyn politicians seek to make saving for college easier

Borough President Eric Adams and Councilmember Mark Treyger are pairing up to tackle the issue of saving money for college.



The two introduced a bill last week that would make it a requirement for parents to receive a pack of information about the state's 529 College Savings Program alongside their child's birth certificate. 



They both say the key to saving for children's higher education is to start early. 


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