Evictions Expected to Spike as Federal Moratorium Ends


Evictions likely to climb as a federal pandemic moratorium ends The story from correspondent Jennifer King. A nationwide ban on evictions expired over the weekend. The Biden administration argued his hands were tied after the Supreme Court signaled the measure had to end. And the ball is now in Congress is court. The U. S. Census Bureau reports that over 3.5 million people say they face eviction in the next two months. A spike in evictions is expected, especially in parts of the south and regions with weaker tenant protections. Congress approved historic amounts of rental assistance, but distribution by states and localities has been painfully slow. With only about three billion of the 46. A half billion approved being

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