What's Different About Bernie Sanders' Student Loan Plan? It Would Help More Rich People
WASHINGTON - If Bernie Sanders' student loan plan evoked deja vu Monday, it's because of its remarkable similarities with the one Elizabeth Warren proposed earlier this year.
The biggest difference?
Sanders' plan doesn't have caps or limits. It would offer loan forgiveness no matter how much people earn or how much debt they have. Put another way: His plan would forgive the big college and graduate-school debts of high-earning professionals such as doctors and lawyers.