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Student Loan Lawsuits: Where Challenges to Cancellation Stand

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Since President Joe Biden announced cancellation of billions in student debt on Aug. 24, multiple lawsuits have risen to challenge his executive order. Any viable legal challenge has the potential to delay or halt cancellation. Here’s what to watch. Lawsuits in play Six states (Arkansas, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska and South Carolina) jointly claim Biden’s…


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