Summa Cum Debt

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Bryce Petty read about the credit-card reform bill Congress passed this spring, but the bill came a bit too late for her education-related credit woes.

Like thousands of other college and grad-school students, Petty, 28, has found herself in credit trouble after relying on credit cards for living expenses and tuition while in college, and piling up more than $11,000 in credit-card debt.


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