The WeekA federal judge struck down the CDC’s eviction moratorium — but a flood of evictions is unlikelyFederal Judge Dabney Friedrich, who was appointed by former President Donald Trump in 2017, struck down the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's pandemic-related national eviction moratorium, but housing experts are confident Wednesday's decision won't have far-reaching consequences. Diane Yentel, president and CEO of the National Low Income Housing Coalition, noted it isn't the first court ruling aimed at striking down the moratorium and like those before it, Friedrich's ruling will likely be limited in scope, affecting only the plaintiffs or, perhaps, renters in the district court's jurisdiction. Headlines blaring that a judge struck down the CDC eviction moratorium without including all of the details in this thread are reckless. This is limited, the protections are still in place. But now tenants will think their landlords can kick them out of their homes. https://t.co/YX7YBtg7WA — Bryce Covert (@brycecovert) May 5, 2021 Either way, the Justice Department has filed an appeal to the D.C. Circuit and is seeking a stay on the decision, which means there will be no immediate change to the situation. Read more at CNBC. Regarding a federal judge's ruling that the CDC was beyond its authority issuing a federal eviction moratorium … US DOJ has filed an appeal and a stay (meaning nothing will change immediately) https://t.co/prMCtYEjLJ — Savannah Levins (@LevinsReports) May 5, 2021 More stories from theweek.comAmerica's nervous breakdown is right on scheduleThe GOP puts all its eggs in one dangerous basketTucker Carlson casually maligns David Frum, who responds by deconstructing his former friend's 'cowardly' act
2h agoBusiness InsiderIt is not clear from South Korea's data how long protection against COVID-19 from a single shot lasts or the severity of illness it stopped.7h agoTrump launches so-called rival social platform to Twitter, FacebookThe blog site From the Desk of Donald J. Trump looks like content that he simply would have shared on Twitter. Twice-impeached former President Donald Trump launched a new “social media platform” that’s actually just a blog site that may circumvent his ban from Twitter and Facebook. From the Desk of Donald J. Trump looks a lot like content that Trump would have simply shared on his Twitter feed.Read more: Yahoo News »
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U.S. Vice President Harris to go to Guatemala, Mexico June 7-8U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris said on Wednesday she will travel to Guatemala and Mexico next month, as she spearheads the Biden administration's efforts to deal with an increase in migration at the U.S. southern border.
Trees, visas and graft feature in Harris migration call with MexicoThe United States must fight corruption in Central America and help its economies in order to stem migration, Vice President Kamala Harris said on Friday in a call with Mexico 's president who pitched a tree-planting-for-visas plan. An open border perhaps SHERLOCKS These charlatans will say that it’s the “climate crisis”.
U.S.'s Harris to discuss immigration with Mexican leader FridayU.S. Vice President Kamala Harris will meet virtually with Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador on Friday to discuss immigration policies, her second time talking to him in a month.
Harris claims lack of 'climate adaptation and climate resilience' part of root causes of migrant crisisVice President Kamala Harris on Tuesday claimed that a lack of 'climate adaptation and climate resilience' in Northern Triangle countries was one of the root causes of the migration crisis at the southern U.S. border -- along with a list of other issues including violence and government corruption. Shes as big of a farce and buffoon as Joey plugs 🤡 Uhhh. What?
Vice President Harris leading small business outreach in White House recovery plan pushVice President Kamala Harris is taking on a leading role as an ambassador to small businesses, particularly in underrepresented communities. On top of the border crisis and space policy? Egads!