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Federal judge weighs contempt in student-loan case

A federal judge in San Francisco says she is "astounded" that the US Education Department has not complied with a 2018 order to forgive student loans of former Corinthian College students and instead has continued to collect payments and garnish wages. US Magistrate Judge Sallie Kim has ordered both sides to file briefs before her final decision on whether or not to hold Education Secretary Betsy DeVos in contempt of court.

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