Brown’s work focuses on pro-family economic policies. He has examined the link between the cost burdens of higher education and the trend of young adults who put off marriage and having children.
He suggests pursuing solutions like increasing options outside traditional higher education, income-driven repayment, and social support for families.
“There are much better ways to ease the burden on people struggling with high student loan debt burdens without allocating what could be $1 trillion for a one-time quick fix that will do nothing to reform the underlying factors driving the cost of college ever higher,” he said.
Critics say policy will raise inflation
Critics on both the left and the right have had a lot to say in the last week, many of whom believe the policy will not hold up in the courts.
Last July, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi said that “people think that the President of the United States has the power of debt forgiveness. He does not. He can postpone,…