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How the White House Keeps Canceling Student Debt After Supreme Court Ruling


Biden provides $9 billion in forgiveness for 125,000 borrowers as loan payments resume

The Supreme Court overturned President Biden’s student-debt forgiveness plan, claiming it exceeded the authority Congress delegated to the executive branch. WSJ’s Andrew Restuccia explains what the decision means for borrowers. Photo illustration: Elise Dean

President Biden announced student-debt forgiveness for another tranche of Americans on Wednesday, months after the Supreme Court blocked the administration’s most ambitious borrower-relief plan.

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