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House set to vote on student loan rate

The House is scheduled to vote Friday on a Republican-crafted bill that would keep interest rates down on federal loans used by millions of college students. Republicans are for keeping the rate at 3.4 percent for Stafford loans instead of letting it rise as scheduled to 6.8 percent in July. Democrats also are for keeping [...]
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