Congress and the White House both agree that something should be done to prevent student loan interest rates from doubling, but they can’t agree on exactly how to get there. With the looming July 1 deadline rapidly approaching, odds are that about 7 million students benefiting from subsidized loans for the coming school year will have to pay down even larger bills after graduation. CNN has more on the story.
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