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The interest rate for the Stafford loan, one of the most popular—and affordable—federal loans for college students, is scheduled to jump from 3.4 to 6.8 percent this fall.
Courting the young voters who oppose this scheduled hike, both President Obama and Mitt Romney, his likely opponent in the upcoming election, have declared their opposition to it.
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