WASHINGTON — House lawmakers voted for a major shake-up of the student loan industry Sunday, ending most private banks' ability to originate lending in the market.

Ending fees paid by the federal government to banks who originate loans will save the taxpayer $68 billion over 10 years, the Congressional Budget Office has estimated.

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