Oregon lawmakers have passed an measure that would allow students to attend college at no upfront cost for tuition, with an agreement to contribute a percentage of their future income to repay the state.
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Interest rates on new federal Stafford loans will double on July 1, because Congress did nothing.
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A new study says some companies charge up to $1,600 up front and $50 a month, although the services they provide are unclear or can be done yourself for free.
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