Protesters Camp Out At Supreme Court

  • “To some people it might not seem like a lot of money, but for rural communities or those that are poverty-stricken, it’ll be the difference between me being able to give my family food or able to afford an electricity bill.”
  • Justices heard arguments in two cases against the student loan cancellation policy, one which was filed by six Republican attorneys general and another which is backed by the Job Creators Network Foundation.
  • The latter entity, a conservative advocacy organization, contends that the policy violates the notice-and-comment processes mandated by the Administrative Procedure Act, while the attorneys general objected to the administration’s use of a policy that was intended to grant the Department of Education “specific waiver authority” to ensure relief for “members of the United States military” involved with the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan.