For-profit colleges have vehemently opposed the regulations, known as borrower defense, saying that the rules endanger their viability.
The gears are turning again, according to the Education Department — but only for a fraction of those who are waiting.
The Obama administration pushed through sweeping regulatory changes after hundreds of for-profit colleges were accused of widespread fraud and subsequently collapsed, leaving their enrolled students with huge debts and no degrees.
Lesser was referring to a state-run 403(b) plan, overseen by the state comptroller, which includes several low-cost funds and a low administrative fee.
The legislation — which will take effect in 2019, but could be changed to 2018 as language in the bill is completed — would require companies that operate 403(b) plans to disclose the charges and returns (after subtracting fees) for each investment offered.
He said the process of crafting the legislation brought a renewed focus on other ways to help school employees, which includes giving them access to low-cost retirement plans already in place and offered through the comptroller’s office.
Ponderosa Ranch, a theme park that operated in Lake Tahoe, Calif., set of “Bonanza,” shut down over a decade ago.
The brothers say they aren’t forcing a sale.
“If they want to find another proprietor during their lifetimes, I’d rather let them do that,” Mike Donley said of his parents. “It’s another challenge for them.”
Donley got a job in the live action Wild West show, where her work caught the attention of a talent scout.