September 30, 2022

Biden refuses to extend loan repayment pause, payments restarting in February

President Joe Biden turned down attempts to extend student loan payments, meaning currently suspended payments will resume in February.

The pandemic student loan payment pause helped approximately 41 million people. Some Democrats argued the extensions must continue, or payments be ended completely.

Michigan Democratic Rep. Rashida Tlaib recently argued Biden should end student loan payments, citing her own story of student debt.

She currently makes at least $175,000 per year as a congresswoman.

Yet, Tlaib is not alone in her call for student loan forgiveness. Democrats like New York’s Chuck Schumer and Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts have continued to call out Biden to end student loans through executive order.

The current student loan pause is ended for now, but the push will continue from many on the left to end student loan repayment.

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