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S.2815 Strengthening Student Aid for All Act, 110th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Apr 03, 2008 Read twice and referred to the Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions.

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    • ACE | House Passes Student Loan Access Bill; Congress and ... - September 20, 2008 by ACE | Higher Education & National Affairs... - Edward Kennedy (D-MA) has introduced similar student loan legislation in the Senate—the Strengthening Student Aid for All Act (S. 2815). Kennedy also sent a letter on April 15 to American Council on Education President David Ward, ...

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      As noted by ACE | Higher Education & National Affairs... on September 20, 2008, "Edward Kennedy (D-MA) has introduced similar student loan legislation in the Senate—the Strengthening Student Aid for All Act (S. 2815). Kennedy also sent a letter on April 15 to American Council on Education President David Ward, ..." (http://www.acenet.edu/AM/Template.cfm?Section=HENA&template=/CM/HTMLDisplay.cfm&ContentID=26494)
    • WashingtonWatch.com - P.L. 109-227, To ensure continued ... - May 06, 2008 by WashingtonWatch.com - Comments for HR 6562,... - The Strengthening Student Aid for All Act (S. 2815) · To extend the authority of the Secretary of Education to purchase guaranteed student loans for an additional year, and for other purposes (P.L. 110-350) (more recent activity!) ...

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      As noted by WashingtonWatch.com - Comments for HR 6562,... on May 06, 2008, "The Strengthening Student Aid for All Act (S. 2815) · To extend the authority of the Secretary of Education to purchase guaranteed student loans for an additional year, and for other purposes (P.L. 110-350) (more recent activity!) ..." (http://www.washingtonwatch.com/bills/show/110_PL_109-227.html)
    • President Bush Calls For Immediate Action On H.R. 5715 (Audio) - April 28, 2008 by Legislative News from NASFAA - Edward Kennedy (D-MA) introduced a similar bill - S. 2815 - in the Senate nearly four weeks ago, but it has yet to be taken up in committee. There are rumors that instead of focusing on S. 2815, the Senate might instead move on H.R. ...

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      As noted by Legislative News from NASFAA on April 28, 2008, "Edward Kennedy (D-MA) introduced a similar bill - S. 2815 - in the Senate nearly four weeks ago, but it has yet to be taken up in committee. There are rumors that instead of focusing on S. 2815, the Senate might instead move on H.R. ..." (http://www.nasfaa.org/publications/2008/lnradio042808.html)

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