WASHINGTON — The Senate Banking Committee pressed regulators about growing concerns with the student debt market Tuesday, especially whether lenders are doing enough to modify or delay repayment of troubled student loans.

Lawmakers challenged several aspects of the market and regulators' oversight of it. They picked up where the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau had left off in a report last month that urged private lenders and the government to help lower loan payments.

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