WASHINGTON — The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau said Wednesday it is seeking additional data on private student loan complaints, a move that could lay the foundation for changes to the student loan market.

The agency published a notice and request for information in the Federal Register Wednesday asking state agencies, colleges, consumer advocates and lenders to submit data and information on existing private student loan complaints.

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