Law360 (January 23, 2020, 6:32 PM EST) -- The U.S. Department of Education has asked a California federal court not to jack up the $100,000 sanction it slapped Education Secretary Betsy DeVos with last year after her department violated a court order by billing thousands of students with loans tied to the disgraced and defunct Corinthian Colleges.
In an opposition motion filed Wednesday, the Education Department said it's been doing its best to comply with a preliminary injunction that prevents it from demanding repayment for Corinthian-related student debt and has stepped up its efforts in the wake of the $100,000 contempt order handed down in October.
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