- — Adam Moskowitz (@adam_mosk)Tue, Apr 24 2012 18:28:28
- — Jon Carson (@JonCarson44)Tue, Apr 24 2012 18:22:12
- — The White House (@whitehouse)Tue, Apr 24 2012 17:37:47President Obama: "Helping more of our young people afford college should be at the forefront of America’s agenda" #DontDoubleMyRate
- — Danielle Tam (@squeekietoy)Tue, Apr 24 2012 15:47:55#DontDoubleMyRate because I can't even afford to repay my student loans now. Education is a right for everyone, not just the wealthy.
- — Erin Ward Bibo (@erinwardbibo)Tue, Apr 24 2012 18:40:40College grads should be able to make career choices based on their aspirations & skills rather than by their soaring debt #DontDoubleMyRate
- — Lydia Ann Carroll (@lydia_ann07)Tue, Apr 24 2012 18:46:23Obama: "No, “set your sights lower” is not an education plan. “You’re on your own” is not an economic plan." #DontDoubleMyRate
- — sarah (barnes) orem (@sarahbeth_O)Tue, Apr 24 2012 19:11:19If Congress doesn’t act soon, the interest rates on subsidized Stafford loans double from 3.4% to 6.8% on July 1. #DontDoubleMyRate
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More than 7.4 million students with federal student loans will see their interest rates double on July 1, unless Congress steps in to keep them low. President Obama is calling on Congress to take action and asks Americans to raise their voices with the hashtag #DontDoubleMyRate
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