The House approved a student loan bill Friday on a partisan basis that immediately invoked a veto threat by the White House.

The bill would extend the 3.4% rate on federally guaranteed Stafford loans but would take the $6 billion a year cost from women’s health care programs favored by the White House, inviting the veto threat if the measure is also approved by the Senate.

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