Missouri Attorney General fights student loan plan

Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey is leading a six-state coalition in filing suit against the Biden Administration’s latest student loan plan. His lawsuit targets what the
federal government calls the “SAVE” Plan, which in reality, Bailey says will cost Americans $475 billion – $45 billion more than its last unlawful student loan plan.

In the suit, the States assert, “Just last year, the Supreme Court struck down an attempt by the
President to force teachers, truckers, and farmers to pay for the student loan debt of other
Americans—to the enormous tune of $430 billion.

The United States Supreme Court ruled in favor of Attorney General Bailey’s previous challenge to the
Biden Administration’s unilateral and unlawful wealth transfer of hundreds of billions of dollars in
student loan debt. Joining General Bailey in filing suit are the attorneys general of Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Ohio, and
Oklahoma.