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Two White House Petitions You Should Read Concerning Student Loans and Bankruptcy

By on February 22, 2017

Hat tip to Gordon for alerting me about these White House petitions that only need a few people to sign to push them over the edge.

Level the Playing Field, and Return Standard Bankruptcy Protections to All Student Loans

Repeal 11 USC § 523(a)(8)

If you are interested in returning bankruptcy protections for most student loans, it’s time to add your name to the petitions.


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One Comment

  1. Gordon Wayne Watts

    February 22, 2017 at 4:35 pm

    Thanks, Steve! For your one, you got 2 in return! I gave you a shout out and hat tip on both my namesake blogs, both http://GordonWatts.com and http://gordonWAYNEwatts.com They look the same on your end, but, just like a “spare tire” on the highway, I have a spare tire on the “Internet Highway,” on different ISP’s (Internet service Providers), to be precise. “Just in case” one has a flat… “be prepared!” 😀 . . 😀

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