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Debt Relief Heads to Supreme Court

The court will hear arguments in February on whether the Biden administration is legally able to forgive federal student loans. An injunction blocking the debt relief will remain in place.

Payment Pause Extended Amid Legal Battles

The extension, through June 30, gives the Supreme Court the opportunity to weigh in on the administration’s debt-relief plan during its current term.

Debt Relief Blocked Again

Debt-relief advocates decry the ruling as “politically motivated” and “a miscarriage of justice” and ask the administration to extend the pause on student loan payments. (Update: U.S. appeals court imposes preliminary injunction.)

More Than 26 Million Apply for Student Loan Forgiveness

Nearly 26 million Americans have applied for relief under the Biden administration’s student loan forgiveness plan, the White House announced...

Debt Relief Blocked, for Now

Nearly 22 million borrowers applied for loan forgiveness in the week since the application opened.

Lawsuits Threaten Biden’s Debt-Relief Plan

The Biden administration is contending with four lawsuits while preparing for the rollout of its ambitious debt-relief program.

Biden Won’t Forgive Privately Held Federal Loans

In another development, six states sue the Biden administration over the loan-forgiveness plan.

Lawsuit Seeks to Block Biden’s Debt-Relief Plan

The Pacific Legal Foundation is suing to block the Biden administration’s debt-relief plan. The lawsuit, filed Tuesday in a U.S...