How Student Debt Forgiveness Reveals

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Another festival is heading to Las Vegas. The Day N Vegas festival has been announced for Nov. 1 through 3 at the Las Vegas Festival Grounds near Las Vegas Boulevard and Sahara Avenue.

The announcement was made on the events’ Twitter account on June 24.

The three-day event will be headlined by J.Cole, Travis Scott and Kendrick Lamar and featuring artists Lil Uzi Vert, Juice Wrld, Migos, Miguel, Lil Baby and more.

Tickets for the festival are set to go on sale June 28 at 12 p.m. and start at $299 for early-bird general passes.

The internet was quick to react with fans excited about the festival line up and others asking if this was real.
Sen. Bernie Sanders offered up a plan on Monday to completely eliminate the student loan debt of every American, staking out uncharted territory in the Democratic presidential primary.

The new legislation would cancel $1.6 trillion of student loan undergraduate and graduate debt for approximately 45 million people. His ambitious plan has no eligibility limitations and would be paid for with a new tax on Wall Street speculation.
The proposal goes further than the plan previously unveiled by his Democratic primary rival Sen. Elizabeth Warren. Her debt relief package was subject to income eligibility levels to determine how much relief the average person would receive — parameters that Warren said were aimed at closing the racial wealth gap. Under the Sanders plan, if you have student debt of any kind it would be canceled the second the legislation is signed into law.
“This proposal completely eliminates student debt in this country and ends the absurdity of sentencing an entire generation, the millennial generation, to a lifetime of debt for the crime of doing the right thing — and that is going out and getting a higher education,” Sanders, flanked by activists and supporters, said at a news conference in Washington on Monday.
Sanders introduced the legislation with Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar and Washington Rep. Pramila Jayapal, co-chair of the Congressional Progressive Caucus. New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who will co-sponsor a pair of House bills that serve as companion legislation to Sanders’ Senate plan, was also by his side for the announcement.
“The bottom line is we shouldn’t be punishing people for getting to higher education,” Sanders said. “It is time to hit the reset button. Under the proposal that we introduced today, all student debt would be canceled in six months.”
This rollout comes at a time when second place in Democratic primary polling, behind former Vice President Joe Biden, seems up for grabs — with Warren rising in recent voter surveys. With this latest, detailed pitch, Sanders is aiming to solidify his credentials as the most progressive candidate in a field that has largely embraced the priorities he brought to a national audience in 2016. The proposal is sure to invite new criticism from Democratic moderates, who have sought to cast themselves as pragmatic alternatives to Sanders’ efforts to fundamentally remake the country’s economic system.
Elizabeth Warren's student debt plan reopens fight on how to deal with the college crisis
Elizabeth Warren’s student debt plan reopens fight on how to deal with the college crisis
On the stump and in interviews, Sanders has long spoken about finding ways to relieve the burden of student debt, but this this is his most specific plan to date. He teased the announcement during an event in South Carolina on Saturday night.