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Any proposed student loan debt elimination programs or interest rate reductions?

Has anyone heard if Obama’s new budget includes anything about possible programs to help cut down student loan debt or a move to lower interest rates, particularly for consolidation?

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6 Responses to "Any proposed student loan debt elimination programs or interest rate reductions?"

  1. sassy2 says:
    No. Your debt and no help on the horizon.
  2. enter name here says:
    I don’t know about that… But I do know that my interest rates have been pretty much slashed since November.
  3. jesswzmn says:
    lol

    there needs to be one.

    They have been shafting us along those lines for a while now.

    Imagine a family making $ 75,000 a year but with 2 kids in college. Imagine text books costing $300.

  4. Texas Happy Horn says:
    No way. That would mean they would actually be rewarding the educated people of the US.
  5. jonn449 says:
    Why should taxpayers pay for YOUR student loans?
    Pay your debts and stop looking for a free ride!
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