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A day after a group formed to draft Elizabeth Warren to seek the 2016 presidential nomination, the Massachusetts senator riled up student activists with a speech on her bill that would let them refinance loans at lower rates.

The legislation would be paid for by raising income taxes on those making more than $1 million a year and would help about half of those at the Make Progress National Summit, as measured by a show of hands from the attendees with debt.

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