VA abruptly drops plan to suspend ethics law

The Department of Veterans Affairs abruptly dropped plans Wednesday to suspend an ethics law barring employees from receiving benefits from for-profit colleges. The move comes after criticism from government watchdogs who warned of financial entanglements with private companies vying for millions in GI Bill tuition.

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Student vets group fights proposed easing of for-profit college rules for VA employees

The nation’s largest student veteran organization is fighting a federal proposal to make it easier for Department of Veterans Affairs employees to work for, financially benefit from, or enroll as students in for-profit colleges.

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