(NATIONAL) – The top US government official who oversees student loan complaints – and there are many - has resigned alleging the Trump administration has abandoned borrowers.
That man is Seth Frotman. He served as Student Loan Ombudsman at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) for three years and he is set to leave by Friday after handing in a resignation letter, posted here by NPR, saying the CFPB “silenced warnings” and favored companies over students.
(OLYMPIA, WA.) – Washington State Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler has proposed a rule to restrict the sale of short-term limited duration medical plans to three months, prohibit renewal and require enhanced disclosure to consumers about the limitations of coverage.
(OLYMPIA, WA.) — Washington State’s Attorney General Bob Ferguson issued a statement Monday after U.S. District Court Judge Robert Lasnik decided to extend his order blocking the Trump Administration’s decision to legalize distribution of downloadable files for ‘3D-printed guns” until the matter is resolved in court:
(SEATTLE, WA.) – At 9:46 am Tuesday morning Seattle Police tweeted, ”Our 911 Center is experiencing temporary technical issues. If you are calling 911 from a cell phone in Seattle, it is taking up to 30 seconds to connect to one of our operators. Please do not hang up. Please wait through the pause and you will be connected.”
There was no mention of what had caused the problem at the 911 comm center.