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DeVos Could Charged with Contempt for Violating Court Order

Betsy DeVos could be facing jail time if not sanctions for violating an order from a federal judge who prohibited any further collection of student loan debt from Corinthian College students.  U.S. Magistrate Sallie Kim ordered the Department of Education to cease collection from these student borrowers since they fell under the protection of the…

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Student loan dischargeable debt

A simple internet search can discourage anyone from trying to file their student loan debt as dischargeable bankruptcy, but it is in fact a debt that can be resolved through bankruptcy law. Michelle Labayen has successfully discharged or reduced student loan debt for numerous clients. The debtor must prove that repaying their loans places an…

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Department of Education vs. Obama

Obama has become the poster boy for the Democratic Party, accomplishing universal health care, legalizing gay marriage, recovering a nation in an economic crisis, and solving countless other problems during his presidency.  One of the last issues he hopes to improve before leaving office is student loan reform.  He has gone after corrupt career training…

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