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Gillibrand’s bill would cap college loan interest rates

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Antwuan Sims’ college education lasted only as long as his savings. He got through his freshman year at the State University of New York at Buffalo without issue and was a quarter of the way through earning an undergraduate degree in business. But when he found that he could no longer afford college and left halfway through his sophomore year, his student loans came due. That was in 2005. Sims owes more than $11,000 in ...


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