Senate Budget Resolution Leaves Out Many Cuts

A Senate budget resolution released by Republican leaders Friday left out reconciliation language from an earlier House budget blueprint that mandated billions in cuts for education programs.

The House budget resolution released in July included more than $200 billion in mandatory spending cuts over the next 10 years -- about $20 billion of those directed at programs overseen by the House education committee. Carrying out those cuts would likely mean significant changes to student loan programs.

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