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Betsy DeVos Might Receive Subpoena After Refusing To Testify In Court

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Betsy DeVos Might Receive Subpoena After Refusing To Testify In Court

Betsy DeVos Might Receive Subpoena After Refusing To Testify In Court

Education Secretary Betsy DeVos refused to testify before the House Education and Labor Committee.n According to Politico, House Democrats threatened her with a subpoena.

The testimony is related to her department’s collection of student loan debt from former Corinthian College students.

These students were “defrauded” by the now defunct for-profit chain Corinthian Colleges.

A federal judge held DeVos in contempt of court and imposed a $100,000 fine for violating the order.

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