Conservative and liberals split at Supreme Court over Biden student loan plan

From NPR: “The biggest sticking point of the day, though, was whether the six state objectors have legal standing to challenge the student loan forgiveness plan at all. If they can’t show they have suffered a concrete harm, they have no right to sue. … At the end of a 3 1/2-hour argument, the bottom line remained the same. Unless the court decides that the states have no standing to sue and throws the case out of court, the Biden student loan forgiveness program will likely be struck down. A decision in the case is expected by summer.”

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