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White House fires back in court against block on student loan debt forgiveness

Summary by Ground News
The Biden administration on Monday rebuked a group of six states hoping to undo its plans to forgive student loan debt for millions of Americans. It's the latest salvo in the ongoing legal bickering between conservative groups trying to derail the debt relief plan and the administration's hope of erasing millions of borrowers' debt – in keeping with a campaign promise – before the year's end.
Published 4 months ago · Washington, United States

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White House fires back in court against block on student loan debt forgiveness

Six conservative states have argued the president acted beyond his authority in canceling the debt and allege face financial harm by mass forgiveness.

4 months ago·United States
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An uncertain future now remains for over 22 million borrowers who have already applied for debt forgiveness.

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Student loan forgiveness is paused after court challenge. Here's what happens next.

With Biden's ambitious program now in limbo, borrowers should prepare to repay their loans starting in January, experts warn.

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Student loan forgiveness on pause as result of federal appeals court decision

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Court pauses Joe Biden's student loan forgiveness plan

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