Law School Student Debt the Betsy DeVos Way

, The Am Law Daily


Don’t rely on the Trump administration to help solve the growing student debt crisis, says columnist Steven J. Harper.

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  • Fan of Aurelius

    & thank God for that!! It is high time government programs quit propping-up what should go by the wayside. It is akin to the notion, popular in the 70s, of buying an oil & gas deal for its tax benefits-bad idea! Or, S&Ls in the 80s & 90s for a quick buck because, after all, all those 20% CDs were "gubmit" guaranteed. Things that can‘t go one forever don‘t! These egregiously bloated institutions need to get lean & quit the upper spiral of ever increasing tuitions, etc. Let it continue and the consequences will be more dire than putting an end to them now!

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