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Albuquerque, NM— Attorney General Hector Balderas, alongside the federal Department of Education and attorneys general in Colorado and Illinois, today announced $415 million in additional debt relief for students defrauded by ITT Tech. ITT Tech, which closed in 2016, repeatedly lied to students about its accreditation and students’ job prospects.

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