In his weekly radio and Internet address, Obama noted the program would be paid for by doing away with tax loopholes for millionaires. He says the choice facing lawmakers is whether to "protect young people from crushing debt or protect tax breaks for millionaires."
According to the
"At a time when college has never been more important, it's also never been more expensive," he says.
Senate Republican leader
"This bill doesn't make college more affordable, reduce the amount of money students will have to borrow, or do anything about the lack of jobs grads face in the Obama economy," he said.
In the Republican weekly address, Rep.
"This is the biggest health care scandal in the VA's history, and America deserves to know whether the president is committed to doing whatever it takes to make things right," Miller said.
Obama address: www.whitehouse.gov
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