Biden: If You Can Keep Delaying Student Loan Payments, You Can Cancel Them

In just a few decades, the cost of college tuition has skyrocketed. While some universities' price tags have gone up by as much as 100-200% since 1980, the demand to pursue higher education has not gone down at all -- in fact, job prospects without a degree tend to be worse now than they were 40 years ago. Today, Americans owe a whopping $1.57 trillion in student loan debt. And criminally high interest rates are only making the burden of that debt harder to carry for working families.

Sign now to demand that the Biden Administration cancel student loan debt!

For years, the majority of Americans have reported their inability to handle an unexpected expense of a few hundred dollars. Recent polls show that most people living in the U.S. attribute this to their massive outstanding debt, which can prevent families from being able to save or invest. We also know that Joe Biden doesn't need Congressional approval to cancel student loan debt -- he can simply do it with an executive order.

The current tune being sung by the White House is dramatically different from what they promised on the campaign trail. In fact, Joe Biden himself repeatedly assured American voters that his administration would forgive at least $10,000 in student debt per person. We cannot allow President Biden to get away with not upholding his end of the bargain, and research tells us he can go above and beyond and cancel all of it.

The United States is one of the wealthiest countries in the world, and there is no excuse for Americans who tried to better themselves through education to be saddled with tens of thousands of dollars of school debt for the rest of their lives. Join us in telling the Biden Administration: forcing people to pay back criminally high student loans is unacceptable! Cancel student loan debt NOW!
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