ABA Plans Vote On Measures Pushing For Student Debt Relief

Law360 (February 11, 2021, 12:40 PM EST) -- The American Bar Association is planning to vote on a pair of resolutions that would give the organization a green light to advocate for new reforms to mitigate the worsening student debt crisis in the U.S.

Law school graduates hold up gavels at the 2019 Harvard University commencement. The ABA said Thursday it plans to vote on two measures allowing the organization to advocate for new reforms to mitigate the worsening student debt crisis. (Photo by Lane Turner/The Boston Globe via Getty Images) The group said Thursday that its 597-member policymaking body will vote on the measures at its annual midyear...

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