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Alarm goes off over austerities sought by senators for student loans.

JUN 24, 1993 1:00am ET

WASHINGTON - Cuts in the federal Guaranteed Student Loan program proposed by a Senate education committee could make profit margins too tight for many banks to keep making loans, lobbyists and state...

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