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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATIONOFFICE OF POSTSECONDARY EDUCATIONPUBLIC REGIONAL HEARING ONNEGOTIATED RULEMAKINGLoyola University – Water Tower CampusRubloff Auditorium – 1st Floor820 N. Michigan AvenueChicago, Illinois 60611
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Department of Education Panel Members:
Daniel T. Madzelan
Director of Forecasting and Policy Analysis Staff 
Jeffrey Taylor 
Deputy General Counsel for Postsecondary and Regulatory AffairsOffice of General Counsel
Carney McCullough
Senior Program AnalystPolicy and Budget Development Staff 
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P R O C E E D I N G S1
PHIL HALE:
Good morning. Would everyonehave a seat, please?My name is Phil Hale. I am Vice Presidentof Public Affairs here at Loyola University,Chicago. Thank you all for coming.We are very honored to have theopportunity to host this public hearing for theU.S. Department of Education, and I am verydelighted to have this opportunity to welcome allof you to our Water Tower Campus.Let me start with some housekeeping, if Imay. First of all, the bathrooms are over here,outside of the room to my left. There is alsowater outside that will be refreshed throughoutthe day. For those of you who are planning tomake a day of it, after lunch we will have somecaffeinated beverages and some cookies to keep yougoing.I would also like to encourage those ofyou who are also planning to be here for a whileto sit in a little bit towards the center. Thisis a nice auditorium, but we always have thistendency--everyone sits along the aisles and sits
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