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Missouri Weighs Selling Assets Held by its Non Profit Student Loan Agency

MU School of Medicine Dean William Crist
photo: Frank Morris/KCUR
MU School of Medicine Dean William Crist

By Frank Morris

Kansas City, MO – Missouri and Illinois are the latest states proposing to raise hundreds of millions of dollars selling part or all of their student loan program to raise money higher education. Student groups warn that borrowers could face harsher repayment terms, and that the move shrinks the pool of potential lenders for college loans if they do. KCUR's Frank Morris reports.

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