(Phoenix, AZ) -- More than 62-hundred Arizonans who attended certain for-profit colleges will have their debt eliminated. Attorney General Mark Brnovich says as part of a multi-state settlement, more than 22-million dollars will go to students in Arizona who attended schools operated by Career Education Corporation. Those schools, which no longer have a presence in the state, are Le Cordon Bleu, Sanford-Brown College, Collins College and American InterContinental University. Attorneys general from 48 states accused CEC of engaging in "unfair and deceptive practices" including misleading students about costs and job placement.
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