In this episode, Kristina and Ben say goodbye to summer and August Recess, but not our student loans. They also discuss the latest nonprofit policy updates, including a recently passed federal budget law, political activity, the public charge rule, and share a preview of Congress’ fall priorities. Maggie Siller, associate at the New York-based law firm Selendy & Gay, joins Ben to discuss the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program and what some nonprofits are doing to ensure the U.S. Department of Education honors the program for 32 million eligible Americans.
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- DC Download, Independent Sector
- The Coalition That Acts Together, Enacts Together, Independent Sector
- Immigration Policy Changes May Affect Your Nonprofit Regardless of Mission, Independent Sector
- American Federation of Teachers sues Betsy DeVos over public service loan forgiveness program, Washington Post
- Take Action: Ask Your Legislators to Preserve and Strengthen the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program, Independent Sector Action Center