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This Dem’s running for public office to fight ‘injustice’ of massive student loan debt (like his, for example)

Next year’s elections will be here before we know it, and one candidate for Virginia State Senate is making one of his main issues known, and that’s student debt. He agrees with Elizabeth Warren that something must be done and government relief should be provided. Here’s why:
Education should NOT be a capitalistic enterprise to make the rich richer

Private law school tuition:
•1985: $7,526
•2018: $47,754 (2.73X as expensive after inflation)

Public law school tuition:
•1985: $2,006
•2018: $27,160 (5.82X as expensive after inflation)

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Education shouldn’t be a “capitalistic” endeavor? Maybe he should ask Elizabeth Warren how much money she made teaching at Harvard.

Where’s our tiny violin?

He’s willing to let taxpayers cover the bills for his own life decisions. Nowthere’s a man of the people!
Yes, “I haven’t been able to handle my own financial affairs so let me handle yours” is an interesting approach to say the least.
You probably should have taken a finance class and learned about amortizing payments before taking on that much debt. If you have more debt now than when you started, it means you didn’t even cover the interest.
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It makes total sense — and not in a good way.

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