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Holly Rodriguez found herself responsible for both her and her ex-husband's student loans. Parker Michels-Boyce for NPR hide caption

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Education

Even divorce might not free you from your ex's student loan debt

A short-lived program in the early 2000s allowed married couples to consolidate their student loans for a lower interest rate. Now, with no legal way to separate the loans, some want changes.

Holly Rodriguez found herself responsible for both her and her ex-husband's student loans. Parker Michels-Boyce for NPR hide caption

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Even divorce might not free you from your ex's student loan debt

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Rom-coms have been a go-to for Hollywood for years, but they have definitely evolved recently. Catie Dull/NPR hide caption

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Rom-com movies have evolved. But they still need these 3 simple elements

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