Student Loan Forgiveness

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Karen James
1 day ago
I am signing because I am a front line worker who went to school to get a degree and now no matter how hard I work i can never catch up...Forgiving this loan would help tremendously...

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Jamie Fuller
3 days ago
The interest rates on student loans are absurd!!!! Education is important to grow the economy and contribute to our country, but student loans just result in Americans being buried in debt! Earning an education should be viewed as an accomplishment not the worst financial decision of your life!

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Teresa Scola
3 days ago
Predatory lending, deceptive lending practices and colleges lying about credit requirement transfers have ruined mine and millions of other young American lives.

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Marinella Mendoza
4 days ago
I signed this petition to reward several hard working nurses, doctors, and other medical professionals who are exposed to COVID19 patients every day at work. Our dedication to give back to the community and provide safe and healthy outcome is our goal. Eliminating a financial burden will help tremendously medical professionals and first responders from financial, physical and emotional stress that we deal every day. Thank you.

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JANET WHITE
4 days ago
Student loans are crippling this generation.

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Raul Olivares
6 days ago
I’m signed because is not fair students has to paid for their loans in this time of crisis

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Larry LaBove
6 days ago
I AM STRANGLED FROM A DEFAULTED STUDENT LOAN THAT I WAS NEVER ABLE TO BENEFIT FROM. THIS HAS STOPPED ME FROM GETTING BETTER JOBS AND BUYING A HOUSE.

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Daniel Villarreal
4 weeks ago
Student loan forgiveness will certainly boost the economy by freeing up countless white-collar professionals to buy big-ticket items, invest, and start businesses. Moreover, it's only fair to do so in light of how the US Government has already given funds and other benefits to large corporations--debtor college grads should likewise be considered to be "too large to fail!"

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Mark Goldfarb
Aug 5, 2020
Our children deserve a better future. We shouldn't penalize them for wanting to advance their skills and their education. Not only do we as a nation and society need to value education, we must ensure the affordability of higher education. Help our children become productive members of the United States of America -- not the Indebted States of America.

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Brittney Smith
Aug 1, 2020
I went to a public undergrad, and "cheap" dental school. I have $400,000 in student loans that will take me ages to pay off. I had no choice in the matter because I could not afford tuition out of pocket and no one works during dental school. It is not acceptable for anyone, especially health care workers to have this much debt. Our teachers tuition used to be $5,000 a year...