This Is It, Biden’s Getting SUED

The Pacific Legal Foundation filed a lawsuit against Biden, saying he’s using the HEROES Act not the way it’s meant to be used. That 2003 law was written for Iraq war veterans and their families. Use outside of that is not appropriate and can screw people up. The plan applies to those that make less than $125,000. The president extended the pause on payments to January 2023. Undergraduates can have a cap.

Biden getting sued

You write a law for a certain purpose. It’s not right to have that law used in a different manner. There needs to be conversation about a change.

The Pacific Legal Foundation was shocked at the lack of formal procedure and sense. The move happened with “breathtaking informality and opacity”.

Biden is messing people’s lives up

In a lot of ways. A person involved in this, the public defense attorney and plaintiff Frank Garrison, faces a tax liability for having his loan canceled.

Caleb Kruckenberg is a Pacific Legal Foundation attorney. He put out a statement, “Congress did not authorize the executive branch to unilaterally cancel student debt. It’s flagrantly illegal for the executive branch to create a $500 billion program by press release, and without statutory authority or even the basic notice and comment procedure for new regulations.”

Biden needs to go by the rules

Normal procedure wasn’t done. The Department of Education didn’t comply with “notice-and-comment process required for rulemaking”. Pacific Legal Foundation senior counsel Steve Simpson continued with,

“Cancelling student debt is unjust to those who have paid their loans or never took any. It will only lead to more calls for government intervention in education at taxpayers’ expense. Loan cancellation will make Americans more divided, as those who paid their loans — or never went to college — will have good reason to think that we no longer have a government of, by, and for the people.”

This is going to cost plenty. According to the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School, the cost will be $298 billion in 2022 and $329 billion by 2031 if it’s renewed annually.

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