Will the Supreme Court rule against Biden’s Student loan plan?

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On Friday, President Joe Biden asked the United States Supreme Court to revive his administration’s student-loan relief plan shortly after a lower court ruled it was illegal.

The announcement, which was expected, presents a unique test for the conservative majority, which finds itself in a partisan deadlock between the Democratic administration and the cadre of conservative groups who oppose the program.

While the Supreme Court has twice denied efforts to challenge the Biden administration program—saying the plaintiffs lacked standing in the case—the court now finds itself facing a new scenario: namely, a decision by a lower appeals court that the cancellation of federal borrowers’ student debt potentially jeopardizes state-level lending programs in states like Nebraska, one of the leaders of the pending suit.

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