Supreme Court strikes down Biden’s student loan relief plan

The Supreme Court also ruled in favor of a Christian web designer who wants to be allowed to refuse to work on LGBTQ weddings

In the student debt case, the justices struck down Biden's long-delayed program, which would have allowed eligible borrowers to cancel up to $20,000 in debt and was estimated to cost more than $400 billion

The program has been blocked since the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals issued a temporary hold in October. About 43 million people were eligible to participate

The court also ruled in favor of the web designer, Lorie Smith, who opposes same-sex marriage on religious grounds

She sued the state of Colorado in 2016 saying she would accept customers planning opposite-sex weddings but reject requests made by same-sex couples wanting the same service