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Supreme Court’s Student-Loan Case Will Test Limits of Presidential Power


The Supreme Court will consider sharp curbs to the power of the executive branch in a case beginning Tuesday, potentially diluting the influence of future presidents for years to come.

The conflict between the executive and the judiciary that has been growing in recent years will be on view when the

court hears arguments over the Biden administration’s roughly $400 billion plan to forgive federal student debt for tens of millions of borrowers. Two cases before the court give the justices an opportunity to set strict limits over the president’s ability to implement policies without explicit authorization from Congress.

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