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Daily Digest – June 22. Bill Introduced to Prohibit Student Loan Cancellations; Court Certifies Class in ADA Suit Over Site’s Inaccessibility

BILL INTRODUCED IN HOUSE TO PROHIBIT CANCELLATION, FORGIVENESS OF STUDENT LOANS A bill has been introduced in the House of Representatives that, if enacted, would prohibit the federal government from cancelling or forgiving federal student loans because the government does not have the authority to do so and because it’s …

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Daily Digest – June 21. Complaint Accuses Collector of Texting Mother About Daughter’s Debt; Mediation Program Dropping Caseload in One Texas Court

COMPLAINT ACCUSES COLLECTOR OF TEXTING MOTHER ABOUT DAUGHTER’S DEBT A collection agency is being sued for allegedly violating the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act because it sent a text message to the plaintiff’s mother — who also had an account placed with the defendant — with the daughter’s name after …

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