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students from families with incomes
over $30,000, she said.
Congress voted last year to restrict
the loans, phase out the $2 billion Social
Security benefits for college students
and make other cuts that will reduce
the total aid to $14.3 billion this year and
$12.4 billion by 1984, she said.
REAGAN'S proposed new cuts would
lower the aid to $7.7 billion by 1984, in
eluding only $4.6 billion in loans, she.
Bell, in an interview before he
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testified before the appropriations sub-.
committee, disputed the CBO figures.
"I can't image the total volume of
loans being cut that much," he said.
RIVLIN SAID that over the next five
years, Congress could save $4 billion by
ending the in-school interest subsidy on
Guaranteed Student Loans, $600 million
by reducing lenders' interest payments
by 1 percent, and $100 million for each 1
percent rise in the 9 percent interest
rate charged students.
Bell acknowledged graduate students
t by half
"would be put to-ioreinconvenien
than the others," but he said megt
graduate students "are mastets
degree candidates and they're d4t
within a year."
Bell said the Reagan administratiti
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Education for All Handicappd
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cent to 5.5 percent in the second half of
1982 and remain there during 1983.
However, these predictions depend
on steady or declining interest rates
and a more balanced federal budget.
INTEREST rates, which have fallen
since February, are expected to remain
steady or fall, according to the report's
update. And the economists expect that
this, along with the mid-year federal
tax cuts, will give the business sector
incentive to invest in capital goods ex-
penditures by the end of the year.
But the hopes of a more balanced
federal budget are slim, say the
CAPRICORN: You feel as if you're
being put to a test. Support comes
from an unexpected source.
AQUARIUS: Advice from friends is
well intentioned but inappropriate
for your current circumstance.
PISCES: Reserve some time for a
friend with a problem even if it
ARIES: Swallow your pride and
revise your stand on an issue that
you were wrong about.
TAURUS: Don't jump to conclusions
about a business deal. Get the fac-
GEMINI: Lighthearted romance
ends the day. on a positive note
when a current love takes greater
CANCER: Take care of plants or
animals in your surroundings as a
way of relaxinq.
LEO: Give a nagging problem a
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VIRGO: if you need help, don't be
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isn't always the best solution.
LIBRA: Marriage and commitment
monopolize your thoughts and
SCORPIO: Someone is depending
on you and may be disappointed
with your nonchalant attitude.
SAGITTARIUS: Attention to per-
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tracting the eye of a romantic in-
forecasters. They estimate a deficit of
about $150 billion in fiscal year 1983 and
foresee no contractionary policies
being enacted for the budget-in the next
"It seems inescapable that the
federal budget will generate a severe
economic crisis before the end of 1983 if
the administration doesn't begin very
soon to take credible steps to reduce the.
huge fiscal imbalance," the update
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