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News: House Passes Major Student Loan Change

House sends health care overhaul bill to Obama Erica Werner AP:  A transformative health care bill is headed to President Barack Obama for his signature as Congress takes the final steps in Democrats' improbable and history-making push for near-universal medical coverage.11111111111news

N.C. Schools Official Lauds Education Proposal  NPR:  Peter Gorman, the superintendent of Charlotte-Mecklenburg Public Schools in North Carolina, says he's happy the president is rewriting the rules.

D.C. Schools Chanceller Rhee taps media adviser Anita Dunn to help improve image Bill Turque Washington Post:  Schools Chancellor Michelle A. Rhee is turning to former White House communications director and veteran Democratic media consultant Anita Dunn for help.

Could school bus ads save school budgets? USA Today:  School districts have imposed all sorts of drastic cuts to save money during the down economy, canceling field trips and making parents pay for ...

Ellen presents $30K to Miss. lesbian in prom flap Boston Globe:  A lesbian high school student embroiled in a legal flap over her school's prom policy has received a $30,000 scholarship on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show."

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