College officials who complain about the ever-growing volumes of federal regulations that apply to their institutions have a new way to vent. The federal Advisory Committee on Student Financial Assistance has created a Web site where college administrators or others can identify federal student aid rules that are "duplicative, no longer necessary, inconsistent with other federal regulations, and/or overly burdensome"; a committee of officials will then review and make recommendations to Congress on how lawmakers might streamline or reduce the regulatory burden on colleges. Review will begin on July 15, so start your bitchin'.
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