The Biden administration on Friday announced that federal student loan payments will remain suspended through January 2022.
Four Pennsylvania representatives are among a large group of Congress members urging President Joe Biden to extend the current pause on federal student loan payments and interest.
A lot of Biden’s plans—and how they will affect the Keystone state—are centered on grappling with the novel coronavirus pandemic that has ravaged the state and nation.
Over the weekend, the Department of Education began reminding borrowers via texts and email that their monthly payments will resume on Jan. 1.
Senators introduce a resolution that calls on Trump and Education Secretary Betsy DeVos to use executive authority to eliminate some federal student loan debts.