$1.7 Billion of Student Debt Canceled | Modernizing Federal Merger Guidelines | Business Credit Report Settlement

$1.7 Billion of Student Debt Canceled | Modernizing Federal Merger Guidelines | Business Credit Report Settlement

The State AG Report – 1.20.2022

Here are last week’s curated AG and federal regulatory news stories highlighting key areas in which state and federal regulators’ decisions are having an impact across the US:

  • Student Loan Servicer Agrees to Cancel $1.7 Billion of Subprime Student Debt, Pay $95 Million in Restitution over Allegations of Unfair and Abusive Practices
  • 2022 Attorneys General Races Take Shape with New and Withdrawing Candidates
  • Attorneys General Bend FDA’s Ear on Proposed Rule for Over-the-Counter Hearing Aids
  • Payment Processor Banned Industry for Allegedly Helping Telemarketers Defraud Consumers
  • FTC and DOJ Seek Public Input on Modernizing Merger Guidelines to Improve Enforcement
  • Dun & Bradstreet Agrees to Refund Consumers and Reform Its Marketing and Credit Report Correction Practices

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