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Waters Applauds Victory for Defrauded Students in Case Against Secretary DeVos
Rep. Waters Sharply Rebukes the College Admissions Scandal
WASHINGTON – Congresswoman Maxine Waters (CA-43) issued the following statement after approximately 50 individuals were charged or indicted by federal prosecutors for engaging in widespread criminal fraud to buy students’ way into selective universities:
WATERS, DURBIN REINTRODUCE BILL TO GIVE STUDENTS DEFRAUDED BY FOR-PROFIT COLLEGES THEIR DAY IN COURT
Congresswoman Waters Applauds Students’ Victory in Borrower Defense Ruling
Rep. Waters Announces FY2018 Appropriations Letters & Omnibus Accomplishments
WASHINGTON – Congresswoman Maxine Waters (CA-43), Ranking Member of the House Financial Services Committee, released the following statement on the passage of the Fiscal Year (FY) 2018 Omnibus Appropriations Act, which provides substantial federal funding increases to many of her legislative priorities through September 30, 2018, the end of the current fiscal year:
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Twaun Samuel or Rykia Dorsey
Phone: (202) 225-2201
Congresswoman Waters Condemns the Appointment of Dr. A. Wayne Johnson as Chief Operating Officer of Federal Student Aid
Washington D.C. - Today, Congresswoman Maxine Waters issued the following statement on the hearing to consider the nomination of Betsy DeVos for secretary of education, which took place on January 18:
Washington D.C.,- Today, Congresswoman Waters applauded the Department of Education’s action against DeVry University, resolving the Department’s claim that the institution used unsubstantiated job placement claims in its recruitment and marketing materials.
WASHINGTON -- Today, Congresswoman Maxine Waters responded to the closure of ITT Technical Institute in the following statement:
WASHINGTON D.C. - Today, Congresswoman Maxine Waters (CA-43) applauds the Department of Education’s proposed regulations to protect students and taxpayers from predatory practices of private, for-profit colleges and universities. Although months of regulation negotiation between advocates, stakeholders and the Department of Education did not result in a consensus in March, many of the provisions in the newly proposed rule are direct suggestions from legislation Congresswoman Waters’ has previously introduced, the Court Legal Access and Student Support Act (CLASS Act).