Last month, the Federal Reserve announced an interest rate hike for the first time in a decade. And December’s decision may be the first of many such hikes. San Francisco Federal Reserve President John Williams anticipates as many as five rate hikes this year – which would put the target federal funds rate at 1.4 […]

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Last week, the US Department of Education announced regulations aimed at protecting students at career colleges from taking on burdens of student loan debt, which they would not be able to repay. The regulations stipulate that the institutions offering career training programs must demonstrate improvements in their outcomes for students, or risk losing access to […]

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The need for free public education couldn’t come at a more pivotal moment. If you haven’t heard about the revolutionary group Strike Debt, now is the time to take notice. “You are not a loan,” says Strike Debt’s nation-wide movement, which aims to unify debt resistors for economic justice. They explore topics such as debt resistance, governmental […]

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