Kevin Bruns

Executive Director, America's Student Loan Providers

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Executive Director of America's Student Loan Providers, a trade group representing private lenders in the Federal Family Education Loan Program

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Once first among among the world's nations in college graduates, the United States has fallen to seventh, and President Obama  wants a massive new entitlement program  to get America…

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