Student Loan Debt Graduation Cap and Money

Confronting the 21st Century’s Third Rail of Economic Politics

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One Wisconsin Now, 05/23/2017
We’re asking you to call, write or email your state legislators and urge them to support this common sense plan and include it in the state budget.
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Associated Press, 05/07/2017
A study by One Wisconsin Institute revealed that on average, a graduate with a bachelor's degree will take 21 years to repay their student loans.
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Analiese Eicher, 04/25/2017
According to the latest estimates, over 43 million Americans now owe $1.4 trillion, making student loans the second largest consumer debt in the nation.
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One Wisconsin Now, 04/25/2017
Take a moment to call, email to write your elected officials and tell them to commemorate $1 trillion day by supporting real reform for student loan borrowers.
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One Wisconsin Now, 04/18/2017
Contact your Senators and Representative. Tell them to protect student loan borrowers and oppose Trump and his administration’s repeal of consumer protections.
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One Wisconsin Now, 03/30/2017
Gov. Scott Walker’s tuition bill has left students deeper in debt. As a legislator, he voted for budgets that increased tuition by over 50 percent.
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Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune, 03/22/2017
Allowing them to refinance their student loans, just like you can with a mortgage, is a common sense solution to deliver real relief for Wisconsin borrowers.
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Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 11/06/2016
Jenni Dye [research director for One Wisconsin Now] sees a value to organizing around issues like college debt relief that resonate with voters.
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Scot Ross, 10/31/2016
People across the ideological spectrum agree that student loan debt is a crisis and that borrowers should be able to refinancing their loans like you can a mortgage. Eric Wimberger does not.
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