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Private student loans are nonfederal education loans made by banks and other financial institutions such as credit unions and online lenders such as SoFi.
On the Crow Indian Reservation in Montana, the Absaloka coal mine accounts for 50 percent of the tribe’s nonfederal income.
Over the same period production on nonfederal lands grew from 14,523 billion cubic feet to 24,143 billion.
Municipal bonds—the debt issued by states, cities, and nonfederal public authorities—occupy an important niche in the financial lives of Wall Street and America’s wealthy.
Candidates seeking to lead the Democratic National Committee have called for a more intensive focus on nonfederal elections, and several senior Democrats said distraught party donors were turning their attention to the states.
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