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Supreme Court takes Biden student debt relief case, holds program for now

Summary by Ground News
The Supreme Court said Thursday that it will hear arguments in a case challenging the Biden administration’s student loan debt relief plan, but kept in place a lower appeals court’s injunction that prevents that program from taking effect for now.
Published 2 months ago · Washington, United States

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US Supreme Court to review President Biden's student debt plan

The debt forgiveness programme will remain on hold until the court hears arguments in February.

2 months ago·United Kingdom
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Supreme Court to Rule on Legality of Biden Student Debt Cancellation Plan Next Year

The Supreme Court agreed Thursday to rule on the legality of President Joe Biden's landmark effort to cancel hundreds of millions of dollars in US student debt

2 months ago·India
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U.S. Supreme Court to hear Biden's bid to reinstate student debt plan

The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday agreed to hear President Joe Biden's bid to reinstate his plan to cancel billions of dollars in student debt after it was blocked by a lower court in a challenge by six states that have accused his administration of exceeding its authority.

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High court to rule on Biden student loan cancellation plan

The Supreme Court agreed Thursday to decide whether the Biden administration can broadly cancel student loans, keeping the program blocked for now but signaling a final answer by early summer.

2 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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Supreme Court will take up Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan

Republican-backed legal challenges have blocked president’s plan as fate rests with nation’s high court

2 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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Supreme Court agrees to hear arguments on Biden's student loan plan, closing in on a resolution

The court's conservative majority has been skeptical of presidential efforts to approve sweeping policies absent express authorization from Congress.

2 months ago·United States
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