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Biden has forgiven billions in student loans, but his allies say voters aren't giving him enough credit

WASHINGTON — More than six months after the U.S. Supreme Court struck down President Joe Biden’s ambitious program to erase $430 billion in student loan debt, the White House has been rolling out smaller, more targeted relief programs that it says have now canceled $132 billion in debt for more than 3.6 million Americans.


At the time of the court's decision, it appeared that Biden wasn't going to be make good on one of the biggest promises he made to young voters, who helped propel him into the White House. But as he's gone about doing the same work more slowly, he seems to be getting little credit from those same voters.


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