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Supreme Court agrees to hear arguments on Biden’s student loan relief plan

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The Supreme Court has agreed to hear arguments in a case challenging the Biden administration’s student debt relief plan, but the program will remain on hold until the case is heard in February. NBC News’ Danny Cevallos breaks down why some states have blocked the plan and how each side could argue their case.