N.H. students getting $4.6 M in debt relief from for-profit college
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A for-profit education company will settle complaints that it allegedly engaged in “unfair and deceptive practices” by agreeing to forgo about $500 million worth of debt owed by nearly 180,000 students.

New Hampshire Attorney General Gordon MacDonald said more 1,572 students from the Granite State will see a total relief of about $4.6 million because of this action.

Attorneys general representing every state except California and New York are settling the claims they made against Schaumburg, Illinois-based Career Education Corp. California and New York are working through their own deals regarding the allegations.

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