Americans carry over a trillion dollars in student loan debt and eight million Americans are in default on that debt; it's a problem not lost on presidential hopefuls. Hillary Clinton proposed a plan Monday that would award federal grants to states that increase spending on public universities and limit the rise of tuition. Bernie Sanders has called for tuition-free college. This hour, we'll look at America's student debt problem and proposed solutions.
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