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Round-up: Biden Administration Extends Student Loan Payment Pause Through June 30 - November 28, 2022

November 28, 2022

The Biden Administration extended the COVID pandemic-related pause on student loan repayment, interest and collections through June 30, 2023 pending the results of the Supreme Court review of lower-court orders halting the president’s student debt relief plan.  Payments will resume 60 days after the decision or on September 1, 2023.  
More than 26 million have applied for debt relief, and 16 million borrowers have been approved by the Education Department. Court orders from judges in two different lawsuits are blocking the Department from discharging student loan debt and accepting additional applications. 
Below is the latest national media coverage:
Biden-Harris Administration Continues Fight for Student Debt Relief for Millions of Borrowers, Extends Student Loan Repayment Pause
U.S. Department of Education (November 22, 2022)
Quiet on Debt Relief
Inside Higher Ed (November 28, 2022)
How Student-Loan Debt, or Not Having It, Shapes Lives
The Wall Street Journal (November 28, 2022)
Payment Pause Extended Amid Legal Battles
Inside Higher Ed (November 23, 2022)
Student Loan-Payment Freeze Extended as Courts Weigh Debt Relief
The Washington Post (November 23, 2022)
White House Extends Pause on Student Loan Payments
The New York Times (November 22, 2022)
Biden Administration Extends Pause on Federal Student Loan Payments
The Wall Street Journal (November 22, 2022)
Student-Loan Holders See New Path for Wiping Out Debt Through Bankruptcy
The Wall Street Journal (November 21, 2022)

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