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Can student loans be cleared through bankruptcy? 4 questions answered

By Brent Evans, Assistant Professor of Public Policy & Higher Education, Vanderbilt University
Matthew Patrick Shaw, Assistant Professor of Public Policy, Education and Law, Vanderbilt University
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Congress first imposed a lifetime ban on discharging student loans through bankruptcy in 1998. Two scholars explain how that could change under a proposed law.

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