Richmond, Washington (CNN) The backlash to your student identification card is a familiar story.
You receive a card and it says you’re enrolled in school.
It makes you feel like you’re in school, which is always great, right?
Except you can’t get it back.
The card was stolen.
It’s been reported as stolen, but the card was never actually lost.
And if you’re wondering, no, your ID card is not stolen.
That’s why your college is so pissed.
The Washington Post reports the card has been stolen in the past, and it’s a common occurrence in the state.
In fact, it’s been going on for years.
The card was issued in 2009, the Post reported.
The state of Washington says the card is being issued because of the economic downturn, and because the state has to pay for college tuition, which means the state will take a portion of the money it collects from the cardholders to cover tuition costs.
Washington state is the second-largest state in the country in terms of its college enrollment, after California.
In the state’s 2015-16 fiscal year, about 1.5 million students took out their own ID cards, according to the Post.
Students have to pay a fee of $1.99 each to get their ID cards.
And the fees can add up fast.
According to the Washington State Student Government Association, the fee can run to $8 to $15 per card.
That means the average fee for a student card in Washington state is about $100.
But the state isn’t the only one facing financial hardship.
According the Washington Post, students have to shell out more money each year for tuition.
Students in Seattle and Seattle-Tacoma also have to pony up money to pay their fees.
In Seattle, students who attend schools outside the metro area have to fork over more money for fees to cover the cost of transportation and other expenses.
In Richmond (CNN’s Capital Hill), the college district has faced a lot of criticism for not providing an ID card.
The school district is currently facing the fallout of a massive backlash on social media over the card.
The outcry started last year after a group of students from the Richmond community college filed a class-action lawsuit against the school district for allegedly violating their rights under the Americans with Disabilities Act.
The Richmond community is one of the most segregated in the nation, according the NAACP.
It has a high rate of incarceration, and the racial makeup of its student population is high.
The district has a large African-American population and its graduation rate is one-fifth the national average.
But there was a backlash on Twitter and Reddit over the school’s handling of the controversy.
The student petition was signed by over 4,000 students and garnered more than 7,300 signatures.
It went viral on social networks.
Richmond Mayor Don Harris, who is black, said the district should not have to foot the bill for a college ID.
He also questioned the district’s ability to handle the backlash.
“We have to deal in terms that are equitable,” Harris said.
“And we have to understand that there’s a lot more to college than just what’s on the card.”
Richmond, a city of about 2 million, is in the middle of a recession.
Last year, the median household income dropped to $61,716, according a report from the US Census Bureau.
The city has seen a huge increase in its population since the recession began.
In an effort to deal on that increase, the district is taking a large chunk of its revenue from fees and taxes.
Students have to purchase a sticker to get a card, but those stickers can add $5 to $10 on top of the fee.
According to the school board, the sticker cost is only $2.50 and they said they were able to recoup about $50,000 this year.
The sticker is on display at every campus.
Richardson has a total of 4,811 students enrolled in four colleges.
The majority of students are from the city of Richmond, which has a population of around 3 million.