CBS: Mom Required to Pay Back Student Loan, More than a Year After He Was Murdered
O'DONNELL: "This month investigation by 'The New York Times' and ProPublica looked at the higher education student assistance authority. They quoted a lawyer who likened it to, quote, 'state-sanctioned loan-sharking. Michelle Miller spoke with one mother who was required to pay back her son's student loans more than a year after he was murdered. Michelle, good morning."
MILLER: "Good morning. Well the authority also known by its initials HESAA is the largest state-run student loan program in the country with a $1.9 billion portfolio. It's now being accused of driving families into financial ruin when borrowers become sick, lose their jobs or even die."