WASHINGTON - Besty DeVos was supposed to cancel student debt owed by people whose for-profit colleges have shut down.

But according to new reports from CNN and The Hill, DeVos has yet to do that, and now she's being sued by a group out of California called Housing and Economic Rights Advocates.

Last month, a federal judge ruled that the new rule should go into effect immediately, after the process had been delayed.

In a recent interview, DeVos told the New York Times she would cancel that student debt, even though she considers it bad policy.

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