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Almost $1 Billion In Defaulted Perkins Loans Prompting Schools To Sue Former Students

In yet another sign that student loan debt in the U.S. is in a bad way— you know, beyond the fact that we as a nation owe about $900 billion in outstanding debt — low-income students who received Perkins loans to get through college are defaulting at such a rate that their former colleges and universities are suing them to recoup the money. [More]