Bair Says Biden’s Debt Relief Program Won’t Work

Bair says biden's debt relief program won't work

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Shelia Bair, former FDIC Chair and Center for Financial Stability senior fellow, says President Joe Biden’s college debt relief program doesn’t make sense or solve the real problem of college affordability. She says the entire system needs to be reformed. She speaks on “Balance of Power.”

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