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Senate Proceeding on Mar 24th, 2010 :: 10:24:55 to 10:26:00
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Lamar Alexander

10:24:49 to 10:25:09( Edit History Discussion )

Lamar Alexander: a vote in relation to the motion to commit offered by senator fr mr. alexander: mr. president? th senator ten tfnlt. mr. alexander: this is an amendment to stop the federal government from overcharging 19 million college students to help pay for the health care bill. it would reduce from 6.8% to

Lamar Alexander

10:24:55 to 10:26:00( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Lamar Alexander

Lamar Alexander

10:25:10 to 10:25:30( Edit History Discussion )

Lamar Alexander: 5.3% the interest on their loans. it would save $1,700 to $1,800 on an average of a $25,000 loan over ten years. why are we talking about health care loans during -- loans during the health care bill? because we can't trust the other side with the yellow pages. if they find it in there they think the government ought to be

Lamar Alexander

10:25:31 to 10:25:54( Edit History Discussion )

Lamar Alexander: doing it. they've taken over the federal student loan program. they're running up the debt a half a trillion dollars to do t they're firing people by july 1. and they're going to borrow fine at 2.8% and loan it to students at 6.8% and use the rest to pay for health care and for the

Lamar Alexander

10:25:55 to 10:26:00( Edit History Discussion )

Lamar Alexander: c.b.o. sass has said this is $8.7 billion of overcharge of students to pay for health care.

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