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NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 16, 2016
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If you're one of the estimated 40 million Americans with student loan debt listen up. A Houston man says he was arrested by a team of U.S. Marshals without notice for a nearly 30 year old student loan. NBC's Janet Shamlian and looks into the story like millions of Americans Paul Laker has debt from college loans. Last week U.S. marshals showed up at his Houston area home to help collect it. I went to my garage open a garage door and walked out with my hands up. He claims he was handcuffed and sh...
Reporter(s):
Janet Shamlian
Duration:
00:01:53

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