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(Olympia, WA)  --  A bill that's headed to the governor's desk would require that college students in Washington are told how much it will cost to pay off their loans.  The bill, known as the Washington Student Loan Transparency Act, says students must be told the cost of an education loan, what their monthly payments are likely to be, and provide them information on state and federal resources for student borrowers.  Colleges would have to notify students by email, in writing, or in person.  The measure was requested by state Attorney General Bob Ferguson.

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