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Supreme Court agrees to take up second challenge against Biden's student debt relief
By Kaelan Deese, Supreme Court Reporter
December 12, 2022 12:39 PM

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The Supreme Court on Monday agreed to take up a second challenge to the Biden administration 's bid to forgive millions of student borrowers' debt after it agreed earlier this month to hear arguments over a separate case early next year.

The decision to take up the case, U.S. Department of Education v. Brown, came after the Biden administration petitioned the case to the justices earlier this month following an appeals court's decision to continue a block on the costly debt relief program. The lawsuit was initially brought by borrowers who argued the White House improperly put together the plan without a public comment period before it went into effect.

The conservative Job Creators Network Foundation, which sued on behalf of the plaintiffs, lauded the high court's decision in a statement to the Washington Examiner.

"If this illegal program isn’t stopped, it will give the executive branch a blank check, not only for this president but every future president without any input from Congress or any public participation," JCNF President Elaine Parker said.

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