White House Cancels $9 Billion In Student Debt For 125,000 Americans

The White House Announced Wednesday Another Round Of Student Loan Debt Forgiveness Months After The U.S. Supreme Court Blocked A Broader Effort By President Joe Biden To Cancel Some Student Loan Debts.

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Some GOP Candidates Want To Eliminate The Department Of Education. Can They Do It?

Republican Presidential Candidates Have Put The U.S. Department Of Education On Notice. Several Candidates Said At Last Week’s Debate That They Want To Get Rid Of The U.S. Department Of Education Entirely.

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Newly Filed Special Session Bills Take Aim At School Handgun Carry Policies, Making Minors’ Autopsy Reports Private, Mental Health & Creating Felony Charges For Coercion

Newly Filled Tennessee Special Session Bills Focus In On Topics Ranging From Handgun Carry Policies For Private Schools, Redirecting State Funds For Psychiatric Services, Specifying What Kinds Of Autopsy Reports Are Public Documents, Reporting Requirements For Mental Health Professionals, A Loan Repayment Program For Mental Health Professionals, And Creating A Class D Felony For Anyone Who Coerces A Minor To Steal Firearms Or Commit Certain Crimes Using Firearms.

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Biden Administration To Cancel $39 Billion In Student Loans

The Department Of Education Announced Friday That $39 Billion In Federal Student Loan Debt For About 800,000 Borrowers Will Be “Discharged,” Or Canceled, In The Coming Weeks.

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Biden’s Student Loan Deferment Will Cost Taxpayers $40 Billion, Group Says

The Biden Administration Is Again Deferring Repayment Of Student Loans Until President Joe Biden’s Student Loan Forgiveness Executive Action Makes Its Way Through The Courts, But A New Analysis Found That Decision Will Cost Taxpayers Billions Of Dollars In Unpaid Interest.

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