Biden says 'this fight is not over' after Supreme Court kills student debt relief plan

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  • Policy Leaning

    28% Medium Conservative

  • Politician Portrayal

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57% : Biden was to announce a new set of actions to protect student loan borrowers later Friday, said a White House official.
55% : The states did not even rely on any direct injury to themselves, but instead pointed to the Missouri Higher Education Loan Authority, a state-created company that services student loans.
51% :Advocacy groups supporting debt cancellation condemned the decision while demanding that Biden find another avenue to fulfill his promise of debt relief.
46% : In more than three hours of arguments last February, conservative justices voiced their skepticism that the administration had the authority to wipe away or reduce student loans held by millions.
45% : The forgiveness program would have canceled $10,000 in student loan debt for those making less than $125,000 or households with less than $250,000 in income.
34% : Biden had once doubted his own authority to broadly cancel student debt, but announced the program last August.
30% : President Joe Biden said Friday that "this fight is not over" after the Supreme Court killed his plan to forgive hundreds of billions of dollars in student loan debt.

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