WASHINGTON — A bill to end private lenders' role in government guaranteed student lending — assumed to be on its way to quick enactment — has suddenly become a hotly contested debate.

In a procedural move, six Democratic senators have objected to including the bill as part of a health-care reform package, arguing it would not save the government as much money as estimated.

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