Delays Only Exacerbate Our Ongoing Student Loan Crisis

At some point, we need lasting solutions

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The concept seemed appealing. Dedicate a couple of years to public service after graduation — teach in an underserved area, or work in a rural hospital— and have a portion of your student loan forgiven.

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Bashar Salame

Chiropractor/Nutritionist/Triathlete. Restoring health — Enhancing Life. Beirut Born→ Detroit Bred https://twitter.com/Detroitchiro

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