Student Loan Bankruptcy Reform


Virtually everyone agrees the status quo of higher education in the U.S. is unsustainable. Tuition has skyrocketed, causing students to take on loans they can’t pay back after graduation because they can’t find jobs. While politicians haggle over whether to raise interest rates, the student loan bubble begins to look more and more like the gestation period of the sub-prime mortgage crisis that impacted the entire world. Something clearly has to be done.

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