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The Supreme Court won't block the student loan debt relief program, at least for now » Justice Amy Coney Barrett, who is assigned to the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals, was the one who received the emergency application brought by a Wisconsin taxpayers group. Npr.org

Supreme Court strikes down student loan forgiveness program, Biden pushing ahead with new plan » The president said he will work under the authority of the Higher Education Act to begin a new program that would begin loan repayment but remove the immediate threat of default. Abc7ny.com

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Supreme Court ruling restricts affirmative action in college admissions » The Supreme Court decisions in cases involving Harvard and UNC restricted consideration of race in college admissions, effectively overturning decades of court precedent. Washingtonpost.com

What to Watch for as Student Debt Cancellation Heads to the Supreme Court - NerdWallet » The Supreme Court will hear oral arguments for Biden’s up to $20,000 student debt relief plan Feb. 28. Borrowers should know the fate of student loan debt relief by late June or early July. Nerdwallet.com

Who Gets Hit by the Supreme Court’s Student-Loan Forgiveness Ruling » More than 16 million borrowers who thought their loans would be forgiven could have to repay. Wsj.com

Student debt cancellation program in jeopardy as Supreme Court justices hear arguments » An estimated 40 million borrowers could be affected by a pair of cases before the Supreme Court that could block the Biden administration’s plan to cancel student debt. Theconversation.com

Challenges to Student Loan Cancellation Reach Supreme Court » Justices will hear arguments Tuesday on President Biden’s plan to forgive an estimated $400 billion in debt. Conservative states have called it an abuse of his authority. Nytimes.com

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