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Elizabeth Warren and Chuck Schumer aren't satisfied after Biden extended the student-debt freeze, urging cancelation

Aug 10, 2021 View Original Article
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    74% Very Conservative

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    56% Very Conservative

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    -63% Negative

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45% : Another debt reform advocate among the Democrats, Rep. Mondaire Jones of New York, wrote on Twitter after the extension was announced that Biden must use "this same authority" to cancel student debt, and advocacy organizations, like the Debt Collective - the nation's first debtors' union - voiced the same sentiment on Twitter.
45% : Warren told Insider in an interview last month that cancelling student debt will boost the economy and close the racial wealth gap, and all Biden has to do is sign an executive order to get it done.
45% : "The president has the power to cancel $50,000 in student loan debt right now," Warren said.
37% : Schumer, Warren, and Pressley have not only been leading efforts to get Biden to extend the payment pause - they originally wanted it extended through at least March - but they've also been urging the president to cancel $50,000 in student debt per borrower using his executive powers.
31% : They want Biden to go beyond temporary relief and cancel $50,000 in student debt per borrower.
30% : Even though Biden promised during his campaign to "immediately" cancel $10,000 in student debt, he hasn't yet done so and said he does not believe he has the legal authority to cancel $50,000 in debt per borrower.

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