Texas lawmakers consider clearing student loan debt for college students who become police officers
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AUSTIN, Tx. — Texas lawmakers are considering legislation that would clear student loan debt for college students who pursue a career in law enforcement. According to FOX 4, police officers would have to be with a department for one year before they could qualify for the program. Loans would then be repaid over a period of time. Dallas Police Officer Frederick Frazier, who is also the legislative chairman for the Texas Fraternal Order of Police created the proposal. “Every year [


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