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Want To Stimulate The Economy? Cut Student Debt–Not Taxes

The people who will put the most money back into the economy are currently weighed down by the massive costs of going to college. The recently passed Republican tax cut package will cost about $1.4 trillion over a decade, according to independent figures. It’s a very expensive policy that currently is not offset by any increase in government revenue, or by spending cuts. Read Full Story
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