The CARES Act has enabled employers to pay up to $5,250 of employees’ student loans tax-free through the end of this year. Help us urge Congress to expand this benefit and make it a permanent part of our tax code!
Student debt cancellation would provide immediate relief to Americans struggling with the economic fallout from COVID-19 and reduce the racial wealth gap by removing an unnecessary debt burden from Black families. Join us in urging Congress to #CancelStudentDebt next COVID-19 Stimulus package!
Tell your Reps to enact a national, 90-day rent moratorium to provide economic stability to struggling young people and help keep them safe and healthy in their homes.
Tell your Reps to pause student loan collections as young Americans struggle with the economic fallout of COVID-19.
Trump’s FY21 budget request proposes massive cuts to higher education and fails to prioritize students. Urge your reps to reject the budget proposal!
The College Affordability Act would drastically improve our nation’s higher education system.
Sign the petition to call for a youth-led 2020 presidential primary debate, moderated by young Americans and focused on issues that matter to us.
Tell your reps to support the Employer Participation in Repayment Act, which would offer a tax credit to employers who help pay down their employees’ student debt.
Tell your reps to support the House’s 2020 education funding bill, which includes many necessary funding boosts for federal student aid and higher ed programs!
Sign the petition to oppose the Trump administration’s proposed cuts to student loan programs included in the 2020 budget proposal.
The Green New Deal is finally here. It provides a detailed plan for the U.S. to swiftly become carbon-neutral, while ensuring a fair & just transition for communities and workers. Tell your reps to support!
President Trump has announced that he will end the longest shutdown in U.S. history–but only temporarily. The deal Trump signed funds the government for three weeks while lawmakers continue negotiations over his request for funding The Wall. 800,000 federal workers were without pay for 35 days. While those federal workers will ultimately be paid for […]