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Student loans weighing you down? Some 2020 candidates want to get rid of them.
Student loan debt is slowing upward mobility for a whole generation. Democratic presidential candidates, like Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren, are proposing revolutionary — and expensive — plans to counter the growing crisis.
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