The federal eviction moratorium has expired, and landlords in many parts of the country can officially begin removing people from their homes. What happens to struggling renters next will depend largely on where they live.
The federal eviction moratorium has expired, and landlords in many parts of the country can officially begin removing people from their homes. Even though more than 3 million people said they were likely to be evicted 'within the next two months,' according to a Census survey from early July, and nearly 5 million renters said they won't be able to pay August rent, that doesn't mean they will be evicted immediately.
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Thanks to this administration. Worldwide landlords brutally manipulated innocent tenants No Government has taken it seriously Super Rich Dishonest Non Social Society don't care humanity Shameful No authority government initiated honestly that's why innocent tenants screwed Experience During COVID19 Pandemic
What about the landlords? They need their money too Well there are plenty of jobs out there. Maybe get one of those. Plenty of people who never lost their job have been living rent free for over a year. The property owners aren’t charities! Actually, they can’t just “remove” people from their homes. They STILL have to go through the legal system. Because of Covid, it may be awhile. But at least that’ll buy people time, maybe even for the moratorium to be extended. I sure hope so🙏
Eviction Ban’s Expiration Leaves Renters in South Appearing Most VulnerableA national ban on most residential evictions expired, setting the stage for a potentially widespread displacement of low-income renters that looks poised to hit Southern states particularly hard Paying your bills is part of life. Should be interesting to see the divide between the red and blue states—if applicable. Readmitting the Confederacy set the USA back in innumerable ways
White House says states, cities must rescue renters after eviction ban lapseThe White House says the CDC lacks the legal authority to unilaterally extend the nationwide eviction moratorium that expired this weekend, shooting down the latest bid to continue the ban Of course the CDC lacks any authority. Who thought they did? Someone needs to act and do it now! As I heard it, it is the Supreme Courts fault it expired. They supposedly ruled in June it could not go past July 31. So blame them Right Wing judges.
Millions of Americans face homelessness as Covid-19 eviction ban expiresMore than 15 million people in 6.5 million US households are currently behind on rental payments, according to a study by the Aspen Institute and the Covid-19 Eviction Defense Project, collectively owing more than $20 billion to landlords.
Frustration As Biden, Congress Allow Eviction Ban To ExpireMillions of Americans face being forced from their homes with the midnight Saturday expiration of a moratorium on evictions during the pandemic. How many of those people could have been working AND collecting the govt check at the same time, but chose not to? Dual or quadruple income for more than a year depending on the household and now it’s the govt fault. GTFOH AmericaHomeless No one in rich America should go hungry or homeless tragically disgraceful before whole world while taxpayers money is spent on ludicrous circus of Ninja recounts & Congress in recess shirking their duty to help Americans who elected them Democrats for the people!
Anger mounts as Biden, Congress allow eviction ban to expireMillions of Americans face being forced from their homes now that a moratorium on evictions during the COVID-19 pandemic has expired. What about landlords who also have mortgages to pay? We should stop playing taxes until we are done with these Covid-19 restrictions. Joe Biden will save them all
Editorial: Congress and Biden failed tenants by letting the eviction moratorium expireEditorial: Congress and Biden failed tenants by letting the eviction moratorium expire (via latimesopinion) opinion The bums need to go back to work. opinion Listen honey bear the Democrats are in charge of every chamber of Washington DC. The Democrats let that expire please do not include all of Congress. opinion Get a job NOW!