The COVID-19 era federal student loan payment pause is set to end on Aug. 31. Americans owe about $1.7 trillion in student loan debt.
The Trump administration initially gave Americans the option to suspend loan payments in March 2020, and Congress made it automatic soon after. The pause was extended twice by the Trump administration and twice more under Biden.
But without additional extensions, millions of Americans will be asked
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