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Opinion: The Student Loan Crisis: How Middle-Class Kids Get Hammered

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“Last October, in between arguments over the debt ceiling, the federal government somehow found time to send me an email. My student loan payment was 70 days past due, the message read, so the government had negatively reported me to each major credit bureau and would continue to report me until my account was brought current,” Sarah Amandolare writes in an Los Angeles Times opinion piece.

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Opinion: The Student Loan Crisis: How Middle-Class Kids Get Hammered

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“Last October, in between arguments over the debt ceiling, the federal government somehow found time to send me an email. My student loan payment was 70 days past due, the message read, so the government had negatively reported me to each major credit bureau and would continue to report me until my account was brought current,” Sarah Amandolare writes in an Los Angeles Times opinion piece.

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Opinion: The Student Loan Crisis: How Middle-Class Kids Get Hammered

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“Last October, in between arguments over the debt ceiling, the federal government somehow found time to send me an email. My student loan payment was 70 days past due, the message read, so the government had negatively reported me to each major credit bureau and would continue to report me until my account was brought current,” Sarah Amandolare writes in an Los Angeles Times opinion piece.

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