Sign our Grassroots Amicus Brief: Tell future courts that we need student debt relief!
Amicus briefs are called “friend of the court” briefs―they’re a way for groups who aren’t immediately party to a case under consideration to make their own arguments without appearing in court themselves. Often, they’re compiled by fancy think tanks like the Heritage Foundation or the Cato Institute―but we’re doing this a little differently.
Student debt relief affects the people out in the grassroots more than these fancy think tanks. So we’re compiling a Grassroots Amicus Brief that we can have ready for the White House’s appeal.
If you support student loan debt and want to make your voice heard, sign this Grassroots Amicus Brief and we’ll share it with the Administration.