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@B458B5QDemocrat from Florida answered…2 days

See my answer above - I think tax loopholes should be closed so that the rich have to pay what they owe.

@9H7VQBJWomen’s Equality from Nebraska answered…2yrs

No, student loans should be interest free and employers should have an incentive to pay off student loan of employees with tax breaks

@9H7S4J3Transhumanist from Texas answered…2yrs

Yes, and we should still reduce interest rates on student loans anyway

@9H7PRDPWomen’s Equality from Texas answered…2yrs

Yes, but the rich category should not include the middle or upper middle class. Increased taxes should be focused on the millionaires and billionaires.

@9H7KXQQPeace and Freedom from Texas answered…2yrs

Yes but on the higher income earners, 1-2 million a year at 30% seems too high on that specific earning

@9H7KR4RConstitution from North Carolina answered…2yrs

@9H7JLMZTranshumanist from Oklahoma answered…2yrs

No, but increase taxes for the rich in order to increase funding to colleges and universities so that they can reduce tuition and fees for students.

@9H69CXZTranshumanist from Michigan answered…2yrs

@9H67256Women’s Equalityfrom Northern Mariana Islands  answered…2yrs

Students should receive assistance in exchange for National Service, military, parks and Social Services.

@9H63ZQKWomen’s Equality from South Carolina answered…2yrs

@9H5XBHZWomen’s Equality from Washington D.C. answered…2yrs

@9H5WKH9Women’s Equality from New York answered…2yrs

yes and gets free education for college but have to pay for room and board

@9H5PYKQIndependent from Utah answered…2yrs

Force schools to stop raising costs and only allow tuition to find the student's actual education ( instead of sports and tenures).

@9H5MK3YVeteran from Georgia answered…2yrs

Overhaul the college education system. Make each school be accountable for the debt students obtain. If students have too much debt to repay, let the school take the hit.

@9H5GFJ6Women’s Equality from Texas answered…2yrs

Higher learning should be made affordable for anyone passing an entrance exam.

@9H59LY4Women’s Equality from New York answered…2yrs

Not necessarily taxing the rich but taxing the schools for having higher tuitions. Those should be redirected to student loans

@9H59HXKWorking Family from Florida answered…2yrs

No, but lower rates for student loans upon completion of a degree

@9H57J6CVeteran from Utah answered…2yrs

Taxes should be 15% across the board without tax deductions.

@9H5528VWomen’s Equality from Kansas answered…2yrs

A return to prior methods of funding higher education, such as was available in the 1960s, should be enacted. Student debts should be dischargable like any other debts, should students take on student loans. Guaranteed loan programs should not become the haven for predatory loan providers, who abuse the non-dischargability of the debts to extract onerous obligations from students through their adult lives. This should be coupled with labor reforms that limit the degree of college education they require for their positions to reflect what is actually required for those positions; A college

@9H4X266Communist from Pennsylvania answered…2yrs

No, all student loans should be forgiven and all tuition going forward should be abolished, higher education should be publicly funded.

@9H4WS85Republican from Colorado answered…2yrs

No, leave the government out of student loans, and lower taxes for everybody

@9H4WJX5Republican from Washington answered…2yrs

@9H4VNKFDemocrat from California answered…2yrs

Kind of...not tax them too high though. But we really should reduce student loans.

@9H4LRGHTranshumanist from Pennsylvania answered…2yrs

Tax cut for the rich is ridiculous! I couldn’t even itemize my 1000 a month healthcare premiums! Middle class always pays the most taxes, needs to stop

@9H4LBPKDemocrat from Wisconsin answered…2yrs

Yes, but only enough to make college affordable for everyone

@9H4K7HHWomen’s Equality from Washington answered…2yrs

Eliminate tax loopholes for the wealthy, reduce interest rates for student loans, More regulation on collegiate boards of education....follow where the money goes. If Administration is benefiting heavily from tuition income rather than the programs/professors, there's an issue.

@9H4K6F9Working Family from Alabama answered…2yrs

Yes and increase government funding for a free ride to college , but if they drop out they must pay it all back

@9H4GHNYLibertarian from Texas answered…2yrs

@9H4FR8VVeteran from Missouri answered…2yrs

Abolish income tax and instead institute a national sales tax. Rich will naturally pay more as they buy more and there are no loopholes. Use the excess taxes to pay for student loans

@9H4FBZFDemocrat from Virginia answered…2yrs

@9H4B26NDemocrat from Florida answered…2yrs

No I feel all for profit and private colleges pay an additional 10% tax on all tuitions received to fund loans

@9H3Z3VDWorking Family from Texas answered…2yrs

Colleges shouldn't be allowed to set tuition prices so high because higher education has become an impossible goal for many of America's youth. Prices on important majors such as Engineering law practices medical practices biology and such should have prices capped

@9H3YTTGGreen from Minnesota answered…2yrs

Yes, and also reduce military spending to make education our top priority.

@9H3YCCSAmerican Solidarity from Texas answered…2yrs

No way, college is a scam. All knowledge and skills are already free on the internet. If people want to blow 100k on a loan that's their problem.

@9H3DLX3Constitution from Michigan answered…2yrs

I think that students need to take more care of paying for college, but that can't directly be put on the rich.

@9H2YLMNAmerican from Washington answered…2yrs

@9H2LCY8Women’s Equality from Texas answered…2yrs

@9H2H25NRepublican from North Carolina answered…2yrs

I do, but only by a bit more. I also think that the government should watch big companies and moniter their taxes paid. Many companies in the past have abused it.

@9H2GVZVConstitution from Tennessee answered…2yrs

No, the price is just going to keep going up the more money they get, colleges like everything will get all the money they can, if they get more they'll still want more, enforce more policy for cheaper college and education, and prevent corporation loop holes. The rich already should and are supposed to be taxed more just stop those breaking the rules.

@9H2D6LVWomen’s Equality from North Carolina answered…2yrs

I think taxes should be made proportionate to the amount of money somebody makes/owns.

@9H29SGYWorking Family from Oklahoma answered…2yrs

I want interest rates on student loans to be lower, but I don't think it is fair to charge someone more just because they have more money. They earned that money themselves so they shouldn't be told how they have to spend it.


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