Biden’s student loan handout will ‘go down in flames’ if case reaches Supreme Court, experts say

Legal challenges to President Biden’s massive student loan handout are likely to head to the Supreme Court, which will take down the administration’s unconstitutional plan, experts tell Fox News Digital.

Biden’s plan, which aims to cancel up to $20,000 in student loan debt for Pell Grant recipients in college and up to $10,000 for others who borrowed using federal student loans, is set to cost taxpayers over $400 billion. Since the administration’s announcement, a handful of legal challenges have been filed in courts across the nation, as states and advocacy groups work to halt Biden’s plan.

Carrie Severino, president of

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Blunder renders Harvard’s $15M insurance policy useless in Supreme Court case

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Dive Brief:

  • Harvard University did not properly inform an insurer it had been sued over its race-conscious admissions policies, and therefore forfeited the right to use a $15 million policy to pay for legal expenses, a federal judge ruled this month.
  • The Ivy League institution sued Zurich American Insurance last year, arguing that despite the university missing a deadline in a claim, the company was aware of the high-profile lawsuit and should cover legal costs.
  • But District Judge Allison Burroughs disagreed.
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