A piece of legislation that would have required most Arizona public college students to pay $2000 a year in tuition fees out-of-pocket regardless of financial need has been withdrawn by its sponsor.

Students in Arizona have been fighting HB2675 since it was introduced a month ago, and its withdrawal comes just a week after it passed the AZ House Appropriations Committee in a narrow vote.

Arizona Students’ Association chair Dan Fitzgibbon called the win “absolutely thrilling” and a “picture-perfect illustration” of student electoral power.