ALBUQERQUE (KRQE) - A state task force has begun looking at options to save the lottery scholarship program.
Estimates have the scholarship fund running dry by next summer and legislators have been unsuccessful at agreeing on a fix.
A task force made up of legislators and university officials are now discussing options.
They've met once already and will meet again next month.
Options include increasing the required GPA or giving the scholarship based on need.
Many lawmakers have said they don't want to exclude anyone and think another solution needs to be sought.
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