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New Jersey looking at forgiving medical school loans

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TRENTON, N.J. — New doctors in New Jersey could have their medical school loans forgiven if they practice in low-income communities for a decade. The state Assembly's higher education committee unanimously advanced the measure on Monday. Under the proposal, a physician would have to commit to working in a clinic in an area underserved by doctors, including working full-time in clinical care for...

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