My question involves civil rights in the State of: KY.
About 25 or so years ago, I attended a culinary school in KY. About half way through, after a break, I was told I couldn't attend any of my lab classes because I had a beard. The rule was, no beards. At the end of the prior semester (?) break, I approached the chef in charge of the program, and asked what my options were because I had issues with shaving. He told me that if I had a Dr's note about my ability/inability to shave, I could still attend class/labs. After the break, I showed up with a beard and a Dr's note that said I was having an allergic reactions to shaving, and that I should be allowed to have a beard. Chef Hickey (?) said I would be fine.
During my first lad, he had me pulled out of my lab, and told me that I couldn't attend any labs if I has a beard. Do I have any repercussions? As a result, I thought since I got kicked out, that I wasn't obligated to pay back any of my student loans. I get it now. A government loan is a government loan. A few years ago, I was taken to court by the US Attorney General's office and forced to back the loan. They didn't care why I stopped paying. I have now fallen behind on paying back the loan (s), because the USAG changed to e-pay, and I was never able to get any info on where to send it, much less how secure their system was, and what other options I had. Again, what options do I have.