The Guardian UK printed the AP story--I think the internationalization is noteworthy.
Miller brought up the Nelnet overpayments on the 9.5% loophole. Spellings said she settled to avoid a costly lawsuit. Washington Post: "The Justice Department is reviewing an audit that found hundreds of millions of dollars have been improperly paid to a student loan company, House Education Committee Chairman George Miller said Thursday.Miller, D-Calif., made the review public during a hearing in which he pressed Education Secretary Margaret Spellings on her decision to ignore a recommendation by her department's inspector general, John Higgins, to recover an estimated $278 million. "
NPR has audio. The reporter seemed impressed with Spellings' offense-as-defense. Suddenly everyone's a student loan reformer I guess.
More at Huffington Post.: Lies Under Oath.