WASHINGTON - The cost of making student loans would rise significantly for financial institutions under a budget measure expected to be approved by a Senate committee today.

Looking for $10 billion in budget savings by 2002, the Senate Labor and Human Resources Committee is proposing a decrease in the government's guarantee of student loans, along with more and higher fees on student lenders.

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