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Student Loan Debt: Sandra Norby Testifies Before House Committee


On Tuesday, June 12, 2019, Sandra Norby, PT, DPT, was one of several health care providers and students to speak in front of the US House of Representatives Committee on Small Business about the effect of student loan debt on the ability to sustain a small practice. Norby, who is chief executive officer of HomeTown Physical Therapy in Des Moines, Iowa, testified on behalf of the American Physical Therapy Association and the Private Practice Section.

Following is the full text of her spoken remarks:

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