By Joseph Lawler
$1.1 trillion. That number is big enough to make student debt seem like a national crisis touching every American household.
“Student loans are a total pocketbook issue for our generation,” said Jennifer Wang, the policy director of Young Invincibles, a group formed during the 2009 Obamacare debate to represent millennials.
Politicians haven’t ignored that growing student debt is a top concern for younger voters. Democrats, including President Obama and Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, have made reducing student loan payments one of their top pitches to young voters. CONTINUE READING HERE