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Title: Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring calls for debt relief for disabled veterans WTKR.com

Summarize: Attorney General Mark Herring joined a national effort to give disabled veterans automatic debt relief on their student loans.

Tags: military, college, disabled veterans, mark herring, military, money, student loans

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