According to the WSJ, Biden's decision on student loan forgiveness is unlikely to come until later this summer.

Bloomberg reports that the Black Caucus is pressuring top White House aides on student loan relief.

Senator Tina Smith has urged Biden to extend the moratorium on student loan payments and, ultimately, to eliminate student debt.

The delay in student loan payments 'may be' extended, according to Biden's education secretary.

Borrowers will be given "ample notice" of whatever decision is made, according to secretary Cardona.

Senator Patty Murray demanded that all borrowers be forgiven some debt and that the payment moratorium be extended until at least 2023.

Scott Rasmussen's national poll revealed that 40% of people reject the concept, while 9% are undecided.

51% of voters support Biden's proposal to forgive up to $10,000 in student loan debt for people earning up to $150,000 a year.

The President is confused about how much to forgive at this difficult moment and is expected to decide before the November election.

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