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For more than 100 years for-profit medical schools were banned in the U.S. because of the early 20th-century schools’ low educational standards and a reputation of accepting anyone who could pay tuition, but a 1996 court ruling forced accrediting agencies to take another look at for-profit medical schools prompting a resurgence over the past dozen years. Rocky Vista University will join that group when it opens on the West End of Billings and only three states will be left without its own medical school.

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