5 Years After Scandal, Education Dept. Fails to Enforce Preferred-Lender Law

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Andrew M. Cuomo conducted a bruising investigation of student-loan practices in the mid-2000s, when he was the attorney general of New York. He is now the state's governor.
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When administrators at Columbia College Chicago were weighing whether to provide students with a list of recommended lenders, they began digging for information on a five-year-old federal requirement that colleges submit annual reports justifying...

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