Vets snared in for-profit college collapse want GI Bill money back
The collapse of for-profit Corinthian Colleges has been a calamity for Afghanistan and Iraq veterans who not only lost their chance at a college degree from the shuttered schools but also can't get back tens of thousands in tuition covered by the GI Bill. Now there's a movement in Congress to bail out the veterans and give them a second chance at a degree.
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