It's also indisputable at this point that Russia was behind a campaign of disinformation that benefitted Trump. That should be concerning to all of us, regardless of who we voted for. I'm happy enough to see Kirstjen Nielsen out of Homeland Security, but she was at least concerned about similar interference in 2020.
Anyway, here's a solid article on student loan forgiveness.
Whenever an old white guy like me reminds you that “I worked my way through college,” remind them that in the 1981-1982 academic year, the average in-state tuition and fees at a four-year public college or university was just $909 … back when the federal minimum wage was $3.35 an hour. That means I could have paid for my entire freshman year tuition and fees with less than seven weeks of full-time minimum-wage work at just about any shitty summer job. But over the past four decades, average public university tuition and fees have increased more than 11-fold, to $10,230 a year, while the federal minimum wage of $7.25 an hour has barely doubled.