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GUEST COMMENTARY: Income-based repayment system can help students

1:38 PM, May 17, 2013
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We are again approaching the July 1 deadline to deal with student loan interest rates. While some argue for extending the low 3.4 percent rates, others are wary of the $6 billion annual price tag and would prefer a more long-term, fiscally-sustainable solution.

To meet this challenge, Congress should consider a bill I recently introduced - the ExCEL Act - which can bridge the divide over this issue, all while saving money and improving the system for students.

It's disconcerting that over 13 percent of borrowers default on their federal student loans within three years of entering ...

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