Politico: Warren, Healey push for federal student-loan cancelation
Boston-Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey and Sen. Elizabeth Warren joined forces to push the US Department of Education to cancel student loans issued by a now-defunct for-profit college in Brighton.
"It does start here in Massachusetts," Healey told reporters. "We hope what's happening here today sends a signal to the U.S. Department of Education and gets them to do what they need to do and what they can do, more importantly, right now, to make this a more fair situation for students not just here in Massachusetts but across this country."
Warren offered praise for the first-term attorney general, who is widely viewed as a rising Democratic star in the Bay State.
"This is watching what it means to fight back and that's what our attorney general does," she told reporters at the event.
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