Briefing on DeVos’ Aggressive Deregulatory Agenda

Since her confirmation as Secretary of Education, Betsy DeVos has pursued an aggressive anti-regulatory agenda at the expense of some of our most vulnerable students including veterans, students of color, and low-income individuals. She has sought to undo
regulations put in place by the Obama Administration to protect students from bad actors in the career education industry and provide relief to students defrauded by them.  

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Briefing on DeVos’ Aggressive Deregulatory Agenda

Since her confirmation as Secretary of Education, Betsy DeVos has pursued an aggressive anti-regulatory agenda at the expense of some of our most vulnerable students including veterans, students of color, and low-income individuals. She has sought to undo
regulations put in place by the Obama Administration to protect students from bad actors in the career education industry and provide relief to students defrauded by them.  

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Briefing on DeVos’ Aggressive Deregulatory Agenda

Since her confirmation as Secretary of Education, Betsy DeVos has pursued an aggressive anti-regulatory agenda at the expense of some of our most vulnerable students including veterans, students of color, and low-income individuals. She has sought to undo
regulations put in place by the Obama Administration to protect students from bad actors in the career education industry and provide relief to students defrauded by them.  

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Briefing on DeVos’ Aggressive Deregulatory Agenda

Since her confirmation as Secretary of Education, Betsy DeVos has pursued an aggressive anti-regulatory agenda at the expense of some of our most vulnerable students including veterans, students of color, and low-income individuals. She has sought to undo
regulations put in place by the Obama Administration to protect students from bad actors in the career education industry and provide relief to students defrauded by them.  

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Help Working Families Retire With Security

We invite you to cosponsor the bipartisan Retirement Savings Lost and Found Act to help working families retire with dignity by providing the tools necessary to keep track of their retirement savings when they move from job to job. As employers have shifted
from defined benefit pensions to individualized retirement plans, such as 401(k)s, workers have become responsible for tracking, managing, and consolidating multiple retirement accounts when they change jobs. There is no standard way for workers to consolidate
their accounts, and many workers lose track of their hard-earned investments.

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