On Monday, Sen. Elizabeth Warren unveiled a highly ambitious plan to relieve a massive amount of student loan debt and make public college free for all. The plan is one of the boldest and most progressive in the 2020 debate and progressive education experts and activists praised its scope. But conservatives — and some 2020 Democrats — aren’t fans of the proposal. They cite the $1.25 trillion price tag, and argue that the proposal doesn’t do enough to address skyrocketing college tuition. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories.
On Monday, Sen. Elizabeth Warren unveiled an ambitious plan to relieve most Americans’ student loan debt and make public college free for all.
Warren’s policy would cancel $50,000 in student loan debt for every American whose