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Joe Biden

Opinion
Let Kamala lead
I sincerely believe Joe Biden is a decent, caring human being who has been an outstanding president. However, I am also convinced that it is time to express our gratitude to Biden for his exemplary service and respectfully ask him to step aside
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Biden vs. Trump: The choice is clear
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Editorial
Biden vs. Trump: The choice is clear
As the presidential election looms closer, it’s time to see the two candidates face each other in a debate, and this year that debate is more important than ever.
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President Biden lights up the chamber in fiery State of the Union address
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Editorial
President Biden lights up the chamber in fiery State of the Union address
President Joe Biden, facing a tough re-election battle, walked onto the floor of the House fully aware that he needed to show he was not the “Sleepy Joe Biden” of his opponent’s mocking taunts.
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Opinion
Biden’s walk can beat Trump’s talk with the working class, but he needs to speak up
Increasingly, the question on many people’s minds is this: With the Trump train picking up speed again, what can President Biden really do to stop it?
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New Hampshire: the first primary battleground
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Editorial
New Hampshire: the first primary battleground
As this year’s presidential campaign heats up, New Hampshire is once again playing a significant role as the first state in the nation to run a presidential primary.
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Opinion
Black borrowers stand to benefit the most from new plan for student loan relief
When the Biden administration announced its latest initiative to reduce the nation’s unsustainable trillion-dollar student debt, both borrowers and advocates rejoiced.
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Opinion
Biden’s new plan for student loan relief
On June 30, a long-awaited and consequential Supreme Court decision denied forgiveness that would have erased $430 billion of federal student loan balances for 20 million borrowers and lowered the median amount owed by another 23 million borrowers from $29,400 to $13,600. 
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News
Coalition takes Biden administration to task for falling short on voting rights
A coalition of more than 100 civil rights and advocacy organizations is accusing the Biden administration of falling short on its “visionary” commitment to step up voter registration and saying that the failure to shore up voting rights is disproportionately hurting non-white voters.
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As Biden said: American democracy was at stake
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Editorial
As Biden said: American democracy was at stake
When Biden asserted that the nation’s democracy was at stake in the election, the people understood. The lies of Trump and his followers dissolved before the impact of President Biden’s words. And Americans are once again able to unite and build an even stronger country.
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The news media finally gives Biden his due
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Editorial
The news media finally gives Biden his due
Perhaps now with the Inflation Reduction Act passed, voters will begin to recognize that Joe Biden has been an extraordinarily successful president.
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Pressley, Warren call on Biden to cancel student debt
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Pressley, Warren call on Biden to cancel student debt
Last week Massachusetts lawmakers came together with education advocates and union leaders to urge President Joe Biden to cancel student loan debt as the clock ticks on the federal moratorium instituted during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Opinion
If not Joe, then who?
In 2020, Biden was the only Democrat who had any realistic chance against Trump. Four years later, little has changed.
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