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Congressional bill would protect students from losing financial aid over drug convictions

Titled the Financial Aid Fairness for Students Act, or FAFSA Act. It would repeal a law that renders students ineligible for federal loans, grants and work-study assistance if they’ve been convicted of possessing or selling drugs.

Besides repealing the anti-drug penalty itself, the legislation would add a section stipulating that the Secretary of Education could not add any question “about the conviction of an applicant for the possession or sale of illegal drugs” on the federal financial aid application.

Original Article (Marijuana Moment):
Congressional bill would protect students from losing financial aid over drug convictions
Artwork Fair Use: Rick Obst

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