Editorial: Indiana leading way in student-debt fight

The Tribune

One of the potential drags on the nation’s economy is burgeoning student debt, which now totals more than $1.2 trillion.

Recent graduates, even those in good-paying positions, find themselves struggling to meet loan payments.

Purdue University has responded to this problem by freezing tuition for the past few years, and many colleges and universities across the state have offered discounted summer tuition in order to help students graduate more quickly.

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