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Having trouble getting your student loan forgiven? Washington state’s attorney general wants to hear from you

Seattle Times Friday, 18 October 2019
If you’ve got student loans and have been having trouble getting the public service loan forgiveness you were promised, Washington state’s attorney general wants to hear from you. Public Service Loan Forgiveness, or PSLF, was created in 2007 to relieve the burden of student loan debt for borrowers who commit spending 10 years working for government […]
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