Leahy and Welch highlight Vt. student aid groupFebruary 03,2014
The Associated Press
WINOOSKI -- The Vermont Student Assistance Corporation is going to be able to continue to service education loans for Vermonters.
U.S. Sen. Patrick Leahy and U.S. Rep. Peter Welch visited VSAC headquarters in Winooski on Monday where they highlighted the role the nonprofit student lender plays in providing Vermonters the resources they need to pursue higher education.
Leahy and Welch say a provision in an early budget agreement, passed in December, could have affected VSAC by removing a requirement that the Department of Education contract with nonprofit student loan servicers.
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