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Learn more about Student Loans
Last Spring the U.S. Senate defeated The Bank on Students Emergency Loan Refinancing Act by a vote of 58-38. The act, proposed by Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) would lower the interest rate on existing student loans from 7% to 3.86%. The act would be financed by levying a mandatory income tax of 30% on everyone who earns between $1 Million and $2 Million dollars per year. Proponents argue that current student loan interest rates are nearly double normal interest rates and should be lowered to provide relief for millions of low-income borrowers. Opponents argue that the borrowers agreed to pay the interest rates when they took out the loans and taxing the rich would hurt the economy. See recent student loans news
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Only for certain majors. 2 years ago from a Constitution in Hilliard, OH
What difference does the rate make when a majority are in default? End the program .. Watch education cost fall .. I paid for my education, my wife paid for her education, and both my children graduated with BS degrees with no debt..-. 3 years ago from a Constitution in Pelham, AL
It is not a single rich person's fault that I or anyone else has student loans and/or debt. This proposition is completely absurd - tax success to pay for those that are pursuing success? The real issue is financial education and literacy, which... 3 years ago from a Constitution in Madison, MS
Student loans should be eliminated all together. The point of getting to the American Dream with being in hundreds of thousands of dollars in debt is an abomination to what was constituted for education. Making money off of those that do not have a... 4 years ago from a Constitution in Citrus Heights, CA