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Bernie Sanders announces plan to cancel US student debt

Sydney Morning Herald Monday, 24 June 2019
Sanders' effort at one-upmanship on student loans goes a step further than Senator Elizabeth Warren's proposal and would cancel $US1.6 trillion of debt.
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Bernie Sanders Reveals Plan to Eliminate Student Debt The 2020 presidential candidate says taxes on Wall Street transactions will help enact his strategy. Bernie Sanders, via Twitter The Vermont senator goes on to say that over 10 years, $2.4 trillion can be generated by a 0.5% tax. Bernie Sanders...

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