Tell the Democrats to include student debt policies in their "A Better Deal" for America agenda.

To be delivered to the Democratic National Committee

This petition has a goal of 25000 signatures
151-175 of 12901 signatures
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12751 11 months ago Linda Norcia North Canton, OH I am paying my daughters loans and now have grandchildren in college I want to help. This is a serious problem in this country. Hillary had the right answer. Not free but affordable!!
12750 11 months ago DEBORAH ARCHER LAKE CITY, FL It will take me a lifetime to pay off my loans. Education should be free like other countries!!!!
12749 11 months ago Christina Mayor NY
12748 11 months ago Cheryl Mcdaniel Spokane, WA
12747 11 months ago Kathy Consigli Exeter, NH
12746 11 months ago Dave Combs west jordan, UT
12745 11 months ago Jonathan Wexler Bogota, NJ
12744 11 months ago Jordan Monez Seattle, WA
12743 11 months ago Nick Young Beaverton, OR Took out a loan for 50k and it has balooned to over 100k. What is going on here?!
12742 11 months ago michelle roy BEDFORD, TX
12741 11 months ago Naomi Belt Houston, TX My 88k has turned into 243k. I need help.
12740 11 months ago Tim Guy Seattle, WA
12739 11 months ago Anonymous Crystal lake, IL
12738 11 months ago James Robinson Honolulu , HI
12737 11 months ago Anonymous Dunedin , FL
12736 11 months ago Fareed Adams Kendall Park, NJ
12735 11 months ago Anonymous Pawcatuck , CT
12734 11 months ago Anonymous Los Angeles, CA
12733 11 months ago Anonymous Los Angeles, CA
12732 11 months ago Alana Deegan CA
12731 11 months ago Corby Heath Biscayne Park, FL
12730 11 months ago Cecilia Lieder Duluth, MN Shame n them for not already including this "better deal" for students. These talented, dedicated young people should earn the results of their labor by finding ways to lift the load of their studen...
12729 11 months ago Anonymous Philadelphia, PA
12728 11 months ago Trisha McKenzie Sayreville, NJ PSLF is a good start, but loan providers (Fedloan) increase monthly charges then disqualify previous payments made. Why not discharge loans for single parents, disabled, and veterans?
12727 11 months ago Steve Wold Norman, OK
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