Supreme Court Student Loans Explainer

FILE- Light illuminates part of the Supreme Court building on Capitol Hill in Washington, Nov. 16, 2022. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky, File)

The Supreme Court will be ruling on President Biden's student loan forgiveness plan later this month. In the event the plan is ruled constitutional, I propose this.

Going forward, every student who had a loan forgiven has to agree to these guidelines:

Every job and loan application has to have a copy of loan forgiveness attached to the application.

Loans approved should carry a 10% higher downpayment and a 1% higher interest rate than the rate of people who worked to pay off their loans.

Those of you fortunate enough to have your loans forgiven need to understand there should be consequences for your good fortune.



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