A compromise on student loan rates, adopted by the House of Representatives this week, could become even less palatable to bank lenders as it moves through the Senate.

Lenders grudgingly accepted the compromise that the House passed 414-to- 4 Wednesday. It would partially compensate lenders for an 80-basis-point cut in rates scheduled to take effect July 1.

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