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when Democrats next how power bold new plan by senator Elizabeth Warren to eliminate student debt and make college more affordable as democratic candidates for president tried to set themselves apart in a growing and crowded field in a post Monday on the website medium Warren outlined a one point two five trillion dollar proposal to reshape higher education canceling most student loan debt and eliminating tuition at every public college young people are entitled to get an education without getting crushed by student loan debt for the more warranted currently a senior senator from Massachusetts is promising to expand federal grants to help students with non tuition expenses and create a fifty billion dollar fund to support historically black colleges this is really really screwed up education has been a topic on the campaign trail for several of warrants rivals as well who have proposed similar measures like expanding access to federal grants when you invest in kids and you make sure they have jobs and education they all much less likely to end up in the criminal justice system as for paying for her plan we are the richest country in the history of the planet Warren says it would be financed through a proposed tax hike for America's most well the families and corporations which the campaign estimates would bring in two point seven five trillion dollars over ten years