Did Student Loan Cancellation Get Cancelled?

Source: Forbes - View Original Article
Published: Jun 08, 2021
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Policy Leaning Analysis:

This article includes the following sentiments, providing an average bias score of 84% Conservative:

  • 3 positive sentiments and 13 negative sentiments for Student Debt Cancellation.


Politician Portrayal Analysis:

This article includes the following Politician Portrayal sentiments, providing an average sentiment of 100% Negative and bias score of 100% Conservative:

13 negative sentiments for Joe Biden
1 negative sentiment for Donald Trump
1 negative sentiment for Chuck Schumer
1 negative sentiment for Elizabeth Warren


Policies:

Student Debt Cancellation

Politicians:

Joe Biden
Donald Trump
Chuck Schumer
Elizabeth Warren

Sentiments

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46% "If you have student loans, now is the perfect time to review your options.""
18% "Student loan payments are expected to restart October 1, 2021, so make sure you're prepared for student loan repayment.""
-8% "In March, White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain confirmed that the Education Department was reviewing Biden's ability as president to enact student loan ..."
-10% "For example, he has already cancelled at least $2.3 billion of student loans.""
-14% "It seemed like a foregone conclusion: with the ascension of President Joe Biden, student loan cancellation was finally happening.""
-20% "That said, Biden, in good faith, agreed to ask the U.S. Department of Education to conduct a legal review of his authority as president ..."
-22% "So, at a minimum, expect there to be student loan cancellation, but it may not be the type of student loan cancellation where all ..."
-26% "Biden, it appears, never intended to cancel student loans unilaterally by executive order, nor did he campaign on any such promise.""

We have listed the top 10 sentiments. More sentiments do exist. Please review the full article for more information.



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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

73% : If you have student loans, now is the perfect time to review your options.
59% : Student loan payments are expected to restart October 1, 2021, so make sure you're prepared for student loan repayment.
46% : In March, White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain confirmed that the Education Department was reviewing Biden's ability as president to enact student loan cancellation by executive order.
45% : As a presidential candidate, Biden called on Congress to cancel $10,000 of student loans immediately as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
45% : For example, he has already cancelled at least $2.3 billion of student loans.
43% : It seemed like a foregone conclusion: with the ascension of President Joe Biden, student loan cancellation was finally happening.
40% : That said, Biden, in good faith, agreed to ask the U.S. Department of Education to conduct a legal review of his authority as president to cancel student loans unilaterally without further congressional authorization.
39% : Legally, it's an uphill battle for the president to cancel student loans, but never say never.
39% : So, at a minimum, expect there to be student loan cancellation, but it may not be the type of student loan cancellation where all student loan debt gets cancelled or everyone gets their student loans cancelled.
37% : Biden, it appears, never intended to cancel student loans unilaterally by executive order, nor did he campaign on any such promise.
34% : For example: Taken together, these actions (or inactions) suggest that Biden won't enact student loan cancellation.
29% : Even if there isn't wide-scale student loan forgiveness, Biden is likely to cancel student loans in a targeted way.
26% : However, rather than draft a bill to cancel student loans, Congress flipped the table on Biden and started pressuring him to enact student loan cancellation.
26% : The Trump administration found that a president cannot unilaterally cancel student loans without further congressional approval, but the Biden administration may reach a different conclusion.
26% : Biden cancelled $1 billion of student loans for 72,000 student loan borrowers and second, he cancelled another $1.3 billion of student loans for 41,000 borrowers with total and permanent disability.
11% : For example, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) have been pressuring Biden to cancel up to $50,000 of student loans based on an interpretation of the Higher Education Act of 1965.

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