In “What’d I Miss?” Ossie’s dad explains why the setbacks from recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions may be disappointing, but shouldn’t be surprising.
By undermining affirmative action and halting student debt relief, the Supreme Court ended programs intended to close the institutional divide that has only grown in recent years
Two Coloradans, each carrying more than $50,000 in student loan debt, said they were disappointed by the court’s decision Friday morning.
Cartoonist Jim Morrissey observes that with the U.S. Supreme Court set to hear a challenge to the college loan forgiveness program, and tuition on the rise, students’ financial future remains cloudy.
In “What’d I Miss?” Myra takes on the issue of student loan forgiveness in the larger context of corporate bailouts and inherited wealth.
For the sake of Colorado’s future, our legislature and governor must continue to fight for more funding to avoid putting college out of reach for many
Everyone pitches in for things that don’t benefit them directly, but Myra wonders why some see student loans differently.
Ossie and Myra may have taken the week off, but “Conservative Jesus” is working overtime to smack down student loan forgiveness.
Last week President Biden announced a first-of-its-kind student debt forgiveness plan that quickly prompted debate, criticism and support along the way. Overall, the policy is a strong win, and the following considers three key takeaways of why, offering context for the scope of forgiveness, the fairness and proof that shifting public opinion can help sway […]
In a long-awaited announcement, President Joe Biden on Wednesday said his administration will cancel $10,000 in student loan debt for borrowers who make less than $125,000 a year, or $250,000 for taxpayers who file jointly. In addition, Biden said many students from low-income backgrounds will receive an additional $10,000 in relief. The unprecedented maneuver by […]