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Topic - Alcee Hastings
"I am deeply disappointed by the department's suggested approach, which will disproportionately harm nontraditional and lower-income students who have no choice but to rely on student loans in order to pursue a postsecondary education, and need the flexibility career colleges provide," said Rep. Alcee Hastings, a Florida Democrat.
Rep. Alcee Hastings, Florida Democrat, said Wednesday he wished Sen. Rand Paul was also being included in the talks so Mr. Obama "can open real lines of communication to the nut wing" of the GOP.