Matthew Cohen, MSW

Matthew Cohen, MSW

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Sign The Student Loan Fairness Petition

In the light of Congress’ failure to keep student loan rates from doubling, SJS wanted to remind everyone to support the Student Loan Fairness Act which would solve the current problem by default. The Act currently sits before Education & Workforce Committee. The legislation would do the following as per Representative Bass’ website:

  • The 10-10 standard: an individual would be required to make ten years of payments at 10% of their discretionary income, after which, their remaining federal student loan debt would be forgiven.
  • A Federal interest rates cap at 3.4%.
  • Existing borrowers, whose educational loan debt exceeds their income, can convert their private loan debt into federal Direct Loans, and enroll  into the 10/10 program.

Take Action:

Please Sign the petition,  share this post on Facebook and Twitter, call Representative Bass, or contact the U.S. House Committee on Education and the Workforce using the information below. Go to for more information.

Support The Student Loan Fairness Act

Sign the Student Loan Fairness Act


844 signatures

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Representative Karen Bass
408 Cannon HOB
Washington, DC 20515Phone: (202) 225-7084
Fax: (202) 225-2422

U.S. House Committee on Education and the Workforce
2181 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, D.C. 20515

Tel: 202-225-4527
Fax: 202-225-9571


Latest Signatures
844Nancy MedinaApr 11, 2021
843Jill WardApr 09, 2021
842Maria Graciani$23,000.00May 07, 2015
841Briana LuceroApr 14, 2015
840Montgomery HughesApr 14, 2015
839Ashley Montoya Apr 14, 2015
838Amy Sanchez-MartinezApr 14, 2015
837Abbe MontoyaBeing 50+ years of age should not be living only for school debt.Apr 10, 2015
836nohemi burciaga70000Apr 06, 2015
835Tiffany Valdez80000Apr 06, 2015




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