Attorneys General Oppose Removing Student Protections

Attorneys General Oppose Removing Student Protections

WISCREPORT.COM (04/24/2017) – Twenty-one Attorneys General from across the country, including neighboring Minnesota, Illinois and Iowa, have joined together to oppose Donald Trump and his Education Secretary Betsy DeVos’s scheme to repeal consumer protections for student loan borrowers. In a letter to DeVos, the state top cops note how multiple investigations have revealed abuses in the servicing of student loans and how shoddy practices harm borrowers. One Wisconsin Now Executive Director Scot Ross notes Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel is missing from the effort to protect student loan borrowers. (Pictured, l-r, President Donald Trump; Dept. of Education Secretary Betsy DeVos; Wisc. Attorney General Brad Schimel.) – WISCREPORT NEWSBRIEFS

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