The Supreme Court has ruled 6-3 that the Biden Administration’s student debt relief plan is not legal. There were two cases on the issue, Biden v. Nebraska, and Department of Education v. Brown. In one, Brown, the court ruled the plaintiffs did not have standing to sue. In the other, Biden v. Nebraska, the Court ruled states did have the legal right to challenge Biden, and that he lacked authority to forgive the debts of student borrowers under the terms of the HEROES Act.
Liberty Nation believes you should have the full facts without the spin. As such, we republish the opinion here in full.
Biden v. Nebraska
Department of Education v. Brown
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