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Administration to streamline student debt forgiveness for disabled veterans

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WASHINGTON -- The Trump administration announced plans Monday to make it easier for permanently disabled military veterans to have their federal student debt wiped away.

Anyone with a severe disability is eligible by law to have the government discharge their federal student loans, but the benefit has not been widely publicized. Working with the Department of Veterans Affairs, the U.S. Department of Education will begin identifying eligible veterans who will receive an application for loan forgiveness. Disabled veterans must sign and return the application to complete the process. https://www.stripes.com/news/us/administration-to-streamline-student-debt-forgiveness-for-disabled-veterans-1.522427

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