"You can’t have an economy ultimately where just nobody pays rent,” said Gov. Jay Inslee (D) while announcing his decision to allow the moratorium to end.
Lawmakers warned that millions are at risk of eviction after the Supreme Court struck down the CDC’s protections for renters amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Supreme Court just struck down the CDC's eviction moratorium, leaving millions of low-income renters at risk.
A federal judge is refusing landlords’ request to put the Biden administration’s new eviction moratorium on hold, though she made clear she thinks it’s illegal.
“No New Yorker who has been financially hit or displaced by the pandemic should be forced out of their home,” New York Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul said.
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Democrats have no desire to extend benefits for 7.5 million facing a September cutoff.
Real estate groups have called on a federal judge to halt the newly instated protections for vulnerable renters.
The moratorium lapsed July 31.
The evictions have mostly been on pause due to the coronavirus pandemic.