Tune In Tonight: Peter Wood on Direct Lending

Ashley Thorne

This evening at 6:15 PM EST, NAS President Peter Wood will appear on the radio program University Talk, which reaches the east coast of North Carolina. He will speak about the federal direct lending program bundled into the reconciliation bill.  

Dr. Wood has written about the consequences of direct lending in two major articles:

ObamaCare Meets Obama-Ed” March 10, 2010

Obama Loans, Who Collects? The Not-So-Hidden Dangers of Federal Direct Student Lending” March 15, 2010 

To listen to the broadcast live, click here. Tarheel folks: tune your dial to 107.1FM or 1240 AM. 

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