The American Bar Association will have to wait to find out if its employees will qualify for public service loan forgiveness.

The ABA and the U.S. Department of Education were in court Wednesday for a hearing on the ABA’s request for a preliminary injunction stating that its employees are eligible for loan forgiveness, but U.S. District Judge Timothy Kelly of the District of Columbia did not issue a ruling from the bench.

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