Debt forgiveness takes tax revenue, which comes from taxpayers, not from the money tree — and redistributes it to those who are well-off.
“Microsoft has no indication why that information was viewed or how it may have been used.”
The policy would fully cancel loans in about three-quarters of households with student debt.
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