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I have heard of a dire situation involving college tuition fees and loans. Also of unrealistic expectations and inflations that are messing up people's lives. I was motivated to start this petition by the plight of a friend who is at least $1000 in debt and he was denied financial aid even though he is disabled.

The student loan rates are way too high and because of these rates its hard to go and pay back the loans within a reasonable amount of time.

Also the tuition rates are getting out of hand and its because of these rates that those who want to study really can't because of these insanely high rates.

To those of you signing who are from the United States of America, please get in touch with a representative to get the issue across.

Also I address this to those who are in college and those who have graduated and have to pay these loans.

Letter to
House of Representatives Speaker of the House of Representatives John Boener
I just signed the following petition addressed to: Speaker of the House of Representatives John Boener.

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Deal with the Student Loans and Tuition Problems

I have heard of a dire situation involving college tuition fees and loans. Also of unrealistic expectations and inflations that are messing up people's lives. I was motivated to start this petition by the plight of a friend who is at least $1000 in debt and he was denied financial aid even though he is disabled.

The student loan rates are way too high and because of these rates its hard to go and pay back the loans within a reasonable amount of time.

Also the tuition rates are getting out of hand and its because of these rates that those who want to study really can't because of these insanely high rates.

This is harming several people financially for a lot of wrong reasons just to get a college degree. Also this system is unhelpful to those in search of a higer education also why are the interest rates there?

I urge you and your esteemed colleagues in the House of Representatives to act before its too late because this is messing up people's lives and for what?

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Sincerely,

James Ellis