Nov 21, 2022
As the final vote counts start wrapping up, it’s become clear that Congress will be even more narrowly divided than it was before. Terry Hartle and Jon Fansmith return to talk about what the midterm elections mean for higher education policy, particularly in the lame-duck session and beyond.
Terry and Jon also answer listeners’ questions about the future of President Biden’s student loan forgiveness program.
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Here are some of the links and references from this week’s show:
How Joe Biden and the Democratic
Party Defied Midterm History
CNN | Nov. 13, 2022
Elections 2022: The Educational
Divide That Helps Explain the Midterms
Politico | Nov. 17, 2022
McCarthy Passes First Test in His
Bid for Speaker. Now Comes the Hard Part.
NBC News | Nov. 15, 2022
Amid Court Challenges to Its Student
Debt Forgiveness, Biden Administration Could Extend Payment Pause
CNBC | Nov. 15, 2022
Democrats Mull Debt Limit Options as
Lame-duck Window Narrows
Roll Call | Nov. 15, 2022
Is It Now or Never for DACA?
Politico | Nov. 15, 2022
Letter Urging 117th Congress to Protect Dreamers Before Adjourning
Cassidy in Line for Top Help GOP
Slot as Paul Takes Oversight Role
Axios | Nov. 17, 2022
Oversight a Priority for GOP on
House Education and Labor Panel
Bloomberg Law | Nov. 17, 2022