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Biden, Looking to Attract Progressives, Endorses Warren Bankruptcy Plan

NYTimes.com Sunday, 15 March 2020
The two clashed over bankruptcy policy more than a decade ago. But Joseph R. Biden Jr. now says he supports Elizabeth Warren’s plan that allows student debt to be relieved in bankruptcy.
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