@TIME Profile picture TIME

@TIME

 1 month ago

"This feels like the closest we’ve ever been." Why growing demands for student debt forgiveness could be Joe Biden's first presidential test

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@rcchic84 Profile picture Raaz84

@rcchic84

 1 month ago

@xman816 @TIME Absolutely...a valid statement. I worked 2 jobs while in school to pay my tuition/loan.

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@galelem1 Profile picture Rootsdigger

@galelem1

 1 month ago

@AustinGrzesko65 @TIME I don't understand why the push isn't to lower the interest rates, just talked to someone who said he's paying 7%.

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@AustinGrzesko65 Profile picture Austin_G

@AustinGrzesko65

 1 month ago

@TIME 45,000,000 Americans have student debt. That means 283,200,000 Americans don't have student debt. Debt forgiveness is a terrible idea that will have enormous political costs in 2024.

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@quartz9753 Profile picture ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

@quartz9753

 1 month ago

@TIME I hate this

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@midwestjulie Profile picture jubilee

@midwestjulie

 1 month ago

@TIME Moving towards free community colleges fills a national need for skilled workers. Consider state universities succeeding with Billion Dollar capital campaigns and assure us that tax dollars won’t wipe out debts part of universities’ tuition gravy trains for past 30 years.

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@TC66230508 Profile picture TC

@TC66230508

 1 month ago

@TIME What test, it should be done, these educational institutions are robbing kids, making billions of dollars damn all this greed, the have nots keep giving, giving, giving, for what, a lot of educated people are out of work and waiting for them is the repayment of a school loan.🤬

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@CLW_Angel Profile picture Caleb

@CLW_Angel

 1 month ago

@TIME I feel like Covid is the bigger problem, maybe I’m wrong

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@GAbluedog Profile picture GAbluedogs

@GAbluedog

 1 month ago

@TIME What about ending COVID?

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@TIME Your going to pay my kids back on the loans they paid off too

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