Critics of the PSLF program exaggerate the costs, underestimate its positive impacts, and do not consider the disadvantages that would come if the program was abolished.
AFF argues that colleges with big endowments are hoarding the money and not helping poor students with tuition. This brief argues that both of these policy changes are unnecessary and harmful.
NEG argues that minor repairs could solve for any deficiencies in the air marshal program and that the problems identified with the program are not significant and do not justify abolishing the program.
This brief argues that federal graduate loans are not a problem because students are not having problems paying them back, the education they sponsor is good for society, and that without them many would not be able to attain these advanced degrees.
This plan abolishes the Graduate PLUS Loan program and removes the federal government from higher education lending at the graduate level.