And a federal judge in Missouri will now decide a case The Show Me State and 5 others filed challenging student loan debt forgiveness as promised by the Biden Administration.

The judge heard arguments in the lawsuit filed by State attorney’s general led by Missouri’s Eric Schmitt, who is also running for U.S. Senate.

He and his counterparts from  Nebraska, Arkansas, Kansas and South Carolina claim, among other things, that the debt relief harms entities that service the loans and treasuries that would benefit from taxes on forgiven debt.

They also say the administration is overstepping its bounds. At the close of the Wednesday hearing U.S. District Judge Henry Autrey did not make a ruling on the states’ request for a temporary restraining order to block the program.

He also did not indicate when he would issue a final decision.