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Both parties recognize the Democrats' scam
Topic - Steve Gunderson
Two top Massachusetts elected officials are trying to tighten regulations on for-profit colleges, arguing some of the schools are leaving students with high debt and without the skills needed to land a good job - all while reaping the benefit of federal student loans.
Already under constant fire from Capitol Hill Democrats screaming for tighter regulations, the for-profit college sector now has bigger problems on its hands.
"You will see private-sector delivery of higher education growing all over the world," he said.
If allowed to compete in a free market, Mr. Gunderson said he believes for-profits will continue to flourish, regardless of who is in the Oval Office next year.