Responding To End Of Eviction Moratorium
Congress set aside $46.6 billion for emergency rental assistance to see renters through the end of the pandemic.
Still, 7.1 million Americans are behind on rent and the CDC’s eviction moratorium is set to expire at the end of June.
Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher, the causes and potential responses to the coming eviction crisis.
- Kyle Swenson, reporter, The Washington Post
- Carlie Boos, executive director of the Affordable Housing Alliance of Central Ohio
- Kate McGarvey, executive director of Ohio State Legal Services Association
- Emily Lemmerman, research specialist with the Eviction Lab at Princeton University
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