Episode 175: Where FAFSA Simplification Stands on Capitol Hill and How We Got Here

This week on a special edition of "Off The Cuff," the group does a deep dive on the state of FAFSA simplification, providing a look at NASFAA's involvement, highlighting ongoing advocacy work on this topic, and examining how it has impacted FAFSA legislation up to this point. Karen gives a summary of the House and Senate bills that are being considered before Megan and Justin discuss the state of play on Capitol Hill and the chance that FAFSA simplification legislation makes its way into a must-pass year-end government funding bill.

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Justin Draeger Megan Coval Karen McCarthy Rachel Gentry
Justin Draeger
President & CEO

Megan Coval
Vice President, Policy & Federal Relations
Karen McCarthy
Director of Policy Analysis
Rachel Gentry
Assistant Director of Federal Relations

 

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Publication Date: 12/11/2020


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