SOURCE: Roosevelt Institute
Missouri Group's Claim to Standing in SCOTUS Debt Relief Case Based on False Claim of Harm
In Biden v. Nebraska, the court used the "shadow docket" to accept a case for review without verifying the facts presented in the complaint. As it turns out, the claim by a Missouri-based student loan servicing agency that it would be harmed by debt relief appears to be flatly untrue.
SOURCE: The Conversation
Is There a Biblical Solution to the Modern Problem of Debt?
by Eva von Dassow
Many are inspired by Old Testament rules for debt jubilees, but, while the practice has a historical basis, that history shows debt forgiveness was part of an unequal society in which forgiving old debts simply enabled the masses to take on new ones.
Debt Jubilees: An Ancient Solution for a Modern Problem
by Richard Vague
"Like our ancient forefathers, we need to reset our economy by offering hard-pressed debtors a jubilee now, not in some utopian future."
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