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Job Creators Network CEO Supports Congressional Resolutions Denouncing Biden Student Loan and Emissions Rules



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Alfredo Ortiz, President and CEO of Job Creators Network released a statement this week, supporting a new set of Congressional resolutions that condemn the student loans and emission rules set by the Pres. Joe Biden’s administration.

“Unable to persuade Congress to pass its radical agenda, the Biden administration is resorting to policymaking via illegal executive action. The most obvious recent examples of this executive overreach are the administration’s student loan forgiveness program and emissions standards for trucks. Job Creators Network Foundation has sued to block the student loan bailout and has opposed burdensome emissions standards,” Ortiz wrote in his statement.

The Biden administration’s plan would cancel between $10,000 to $20,000 in student loan debt for individuals making less than $125,000 annually. In August, the president said the move will give “working and middle class families breathing room.”

A federal court quoted then-House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) in a ruling last November that invalidated Biden's student loan transfer scheme.

Five former Education Secretaries have joined the Job Creators Network Foundation Legal Action Fund in challenging President Joe Biden's student loan forgiveness scheme at the Supreme Court.

The United States proposed higher pollution limits for trucks and buses beginning in 2027, as well as a $1.4 billion investment in green public transportation.

The proposed new requirements for gasoline and diesel-powered cars would impose tighter restrictions on nitrogen oxides (NOx), which create smog and soot, as well as new greenhouse gas regulations beginning in 2030.

“JCNF supports Congressional action taken this week to provide congressional disapproval of these undemocratic actions,” Ortiz also said in his statement. “President Biden will continue to ignore and sideline the other two branches of government in executive power grabs over the next year and a half. Congress and the American people must hold him accountable.”

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