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House Fails to Overturn Biden Veto in Effort to Cancel Student Debt Relief

The plan still faces challenges before the Supreme Court

House Republicans were not able to convince the two-thirds majority they needed to overturn President Joe Biden's veto of a resolution that would have shot down his proposal to cancel up to $20,000 of a borrower's student debt.

The 221-206 vote on attempt to overturn Biden's veto of a Congressional Review Act (CRA) resolution to end the president's debt relief plan is officially dead in the water. Beating Biden's veto would have required two-thirds support in the House and the Senate — both of which passed the original resolution.

Earlier this year, the Government Accountability Office found Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan was subject to the CRA, which lets Congress suspend actions taken by the president. 

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