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Remarks by President Biden on the Supreme Court's Decision on the Administration's Student Debt Relief Program | The White House » Roosevelt Room 4:02 P.M.  EDT THE PRESIDENT:  Hello, folks. Q    Hello, President. THE PRESIDENT:  There you go, Mr. Secretary.  Let me begin by saying I know there are millions of Americans — millions of Americans in this country who feel disappointed and discouraged, or even a little bit angry, about the Court’s decision today on…

Supreme Court Strikes Down Student Loan Forgiveness Program » In a pair of recent cases, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on the Biden administration’s student loan forgiveness program. In Biden v. Nebraska, which was decided 6-3, the court struck down the administration’s student loan forgiveness program and agreed with the six challenging states that they had standing to sue. Chief Justice John Roberts wrote the opinion for the majority. He was joined by Justices Neil Gorsuch, Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito, Amy Coney Barrett and Brett…

How Biden is continuing to cancel student loan debt despite Supreme Court ruling | CNN Politics » Although the Supreme Court struck down President Joe Biden’s signature student loan forgiveness program in late June, his administration has found ways to cancel more than $48 billion in debt since then.

Statement from President Joe Biden on Supreme Court Decision on Student Loan Debt Relief | The White House » This fight is not over. I will have more to announce when I address the nation this afternoon. My Administration’s student debt relief plan would have been the lifeline tens of millions of hardworking Americans needed as they try to recover from a once-in-a-century pandemic. Nearly 90 percent of the relief from our plan would…

Supreme Court strikes down Biden student-loan forgiveness program - SCOTUSblog » This article was updated on June 30 at 4:00 p.m. By a vote of 6-3, the justices ruled that the Biden administration overstepped its authority last year when it announced that it would cancel up to $400 billion in student loans. The Biden administration had said that as many as 43 million Americans

Supreme Court kills Biden's student debt plan in a setback for millions of borrowers » The court unanimously dismissed on standing grounds a challenge to President Biden's groundbreaking plan to forgive some or all federal student loan debt for tens of millions of Americans.

How the Supreme Court student loan decision affects you » Borrowers still have options even though the Biden administration's student loan forgiveness plan was struck down by the Supreme Court.


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