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Sen. Elizabeth Warren On Student Debt Relief

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Sen. Elizabeth Warren On Student Debt Relief

Sen. Elizabeth Warren On Student Debt Relief

Democratic presidential candidate, Senator Elizabeth Warren, made millions of Americans perk up their ears this week as she proposed canceling up to $50,000 in student-loan debt for over 40 million Americans.

Business Insider reports her plan would account for canceling as much as $640 billion in student debt.With American millennials owing more than $1 trillion in debt in 2018, largely from student loans, the proposal could find a lot of support countrywide.

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