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Budget Reconciliation Act of 2005 – Voting it Down

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ARCHIVE NEWS – The National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA) sent out a press release today calling for their members to act! Simply put the Budget Reconciliation Act of 2005 takes too much money away from student loans causing a substantial financial increase on students and families.

Luckily Senators that opposed this legislation were able to call for parliamentary procedures that made it necessary for the House to vote again on S. Bill 1932. That is why it is imperative to call or email your State’s Representatives before the House votes on Feb. 1, 2006.

You can find contact information for your representative by visiting the U.S. House of Representatives website. If you would like to know how your representative voted on the Budget Reconciliation Act of 2005, S. Bill 1932 the first time please click here.

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