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@9HQBBZKConstitution from Nevada answered…1yr

Yes, but interests rates for student loans should not change.

@9HQ9NCZWomen’s Equality from Mississippi answered…1yr

No. Make school affordable so students don’t have to take out student loans

@9HQ8DCFDemocrat from Oregon answered…1yr

@9HQ34Y5Women’s Equality from Illinois answered…1yr

Tax the "rich" but not for only interest rates for student loans

@9HPSQ98Women’s Equality from Illinois answered…1yr

I think we should work on closing tax loopholes that the rich abuse

@9HPJXJKWomen’s Equality from Florida answered…1yr

Yes, but I also believe taxes should not be raised tremendously, just slightly to help out. If the rich is working very hard for their money their taxes should not be raised, but if the money was handed to them they should be giving back and those people should be the ones with their taxes raised slightly.

@9HPJBKPDemocrat from Washington answered…1yr

@9HPBKSVDemocrat from Arizona answered…1yr

Yes because if rich people have the money they should pay their taxes.Even people of middle class pay more than most rich people just simply because they don't have a choice like the rich.

@9HP8VTBConstitution from Texas answered…1yr

No, but college has become far, far too expensive. Reform? Absolutely. Socialized? No.

@9HP3YXBWomen’s Equality from New York answered…1yr

Current system is debt slavery. End current guaranteed student loan programs, change to scholarship for (top) poor, subsidy for top 20%, avoid gov't funding a college bubble. If it means raising taxes, tax progressively.

@9HNX9C9Constitution from Georgia answered…1yr

no thye shount raise taxes for the rich thats there money and we shoulnt have a system where our students go right in to debt after college

@9HNVHGGWomen’s Equality from Utah answered…1yr

Yes, but only for the "uber" rich (multibillionaire, 1%). Definitely reduce interest rates on student loans.

@9HNT8FDRepublican from California answered…1yr

Everyone should pay the same amount in Taxes because we are all equal

@9HNLT2FTranshumanist from Florida answered…1yr

I think there should be more affordable way for people to get an education.

@9HNLLLKTranshumanist from Pennsylvania answered…1yr

yes but do not use the money for that use for something more beneficial

@9HNB86JConstitution from Colorado answered…1yr

Yes, IF we can tax the rich, it's not out of their ability to leave as soon as their tax is raised.

@9HMX9PHVeteran from Pennsylvania answered…1yr

No, but we should try to reduce interest rates for student loans and allow students to choose to transfer their student loans into privately managed accounts

@9HMTPRJWomen’s Equality from Georgia answered…1yr

@9HMRDHMDemocrat from Minnesota answered…1yr

i dont think they should higher taxes for anyone. taxes are already expensive. yes it would help with student loans but they should set aside a certian amount.

@9HMPS2BRepublicanfrom Northern Mariana Islands  answered…1yr

@9HMNYPCTranshumanist from Pennsylvania answered…1yr

Make bigger and more state run Universities that aren't trying to draw people in with big expenses that are just going to make their college bills more expensive like having sports teams and paying professors ridiculous amounts of money.

@9HMKPCZIndependent from Alabama answered…1yr

Education reform. Reduce cost of schooling (ie college) at a base level.

@9HMFR2WDemocrat from Virginia answered…1yr

you should decrease student loans all together whether you are poor or rich

@9HM7TYPPeace and Freedom from California answered…1yr

@9HLVWK6Democrat from Georgia answered…1yr

No - I'd like to see more State programs like GA's Hope Scholarship make college tuition, books and living expenses free through lottery programs, for almost anyone who seriously aspires for higher education.

@9HLS3F5Women’s Equality from Florida answered…1yr

I think interest rates and student loans should be based on income.

@9HLHXJMConstitution from Alabama answered…1yr

No because who determines who are the rich. Too often the middle class ends up getting the brunt of these tax increases.

@9HLH6HVAmerican from Ohio answered…1yr

yes raise their taxes, and yes reduce interest rates....but i fail to see how those two things are related

@9HL6WN3Transhumanist from Louisiana answered…1yr

@9HL4Q3PLibertarian from Alabama answered…1yr

No and I think there should be no interest on government student loans

@9HKYTPWLibertarian from North Carolina answered…1yr

Interest should be forgiven, and no future loans should be granted.

@9HKYM2FConstitution from Wisconsin answered…1yr

Lower interest rates on student loans, but don't tax the general public or rich people specifically for things they otherwise wouldn't be involved in.

@9HKXRHQGreen from Massachusetts answered…1yr

Yes, most people well off don't pay as much taxes as they should. If theirs was increased it could help more people not drop out of college because of how pricy student loans end up being.

@9HKWPF2Women’s Equality from Georgia answered…1yr

No. Fair Tax. Gov't never should have gotten involved in student loans. They have made a MASSIVE mess of it.

@9HKS878Women’s Equality from Vermont answered…1yr

Yes, but only tax incomes of greater than $1 million per year. Don't touch anyone below that.

@9HKRL2XIndependent from Pennsylvania answered…1yr

No, Government should monitor college tuition rates based on prospective average career income for 10 years.

@9HKN76ZConstitution from New Jersey answered…1yr

Wealthy should pay the same percentage with less write offs


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