Attorneys general in nine states, including California’s Kamala Harris, are joining a push to erase debts owed by students of troubled giant Corinthian Colleges.
In a letter sent Thursday to U.S. Department of Education Secretary Arne Duncan, the attorneys general argue that the Santa-Ana based for-profit college has engaged in predatory business practices and its students should have their $1 billion-plus federal student loan obligations forgiven under exis...
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