State Lawmakers Consider Student Loan 'Bill Of Rights'Play
Residents of Massachusetts owe more than $30 billion in student loans. All that student debt has some state lawmakers considering a student loan "Bill of Rights" to protect borrowers.
It would give state officials power over federal loan providers — which could spark challenges from the federal government.
State Sen. Eric Lesser is a sponsor of the bill of rights and joined Morning Edition to talk about it.
This segment aired on March 6, 2019.