At the end of the day, the most important question in US law is which political party controls the Supreme Court.
The high-stakes battle over President Biden’s student debt relief plan reached the Supreme Court on Tuesday, with each justice giving a glimpse into their thinking during back-to-back oral argument…
Conservative Supreme Court justices took a predictably dim view Tuesday of President Joe Biden's controversial plan to forgive up to $20,000 in federal student loans for some borrowers and wipe away nearly half a trillion in debt.
A majority of justices appeared dubious about the Biden administration’s pandemic-related legal justification for the sweeping debt relief program.
Tuesday’s arguments revealed that the Republican-controlled Supreme Court could use a made-up doctrine to rule against Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan.
EXCLUSIVE — The Republican attorneys general leading the legal challenge to President Joe Biden's student loan forgiveness plan are confident their case will succeed after the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the case Tuesday.
The administration faced a conservative court that has insisted that government initiatives with major political and economic consequences be clearly authorized by Congress.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday heard oral arguments in two challenges to President Joe Biden's student debt relief plan, with several conservative justices appearing skeptical of the government's authority to discharge millions of dollars in federally held loans.
The three liberal justices of the Supreme Court appeared to deploy a fresh strategy Tuesday as they launched a disciplined and sustained effort to attack arguments put forward by challengers to President Joe Biden's student loan forgiveness program.
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