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Albuquerque, NM -  For-profit education company Career Education Corp. (CEC) has agreed to reform its recruiting and enrollment practices and forgo collecting about $1.8 million in debts owed by 709 New Mexican students, and millions more nationally, in a settlement with Attorney General Balderas and 48 other attorneys general.

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