Blog Calendar

Monday, April 27, 2020

The pandemic forced a record-breaking number of Americans to file for unemployment, but many already faced a financial burden – debt. Industry observers predict that as the market for collections...
Texas suspended eviction proceedings in court until April 30, making it so tenants who can’t pay can’t be put out on the streets. But there’s no clear guideline for what happens to people in extended...
More people filed for food stamps in Missouri in March as job losses mounted and the state intensified its response to the new coronavirus pandemic. A St. Louis-based legal aid attorney who helps...
The best protection for renters right now is the eviction moratoriums. But coverage is patchy, varying by state, county and city. Attorney suggest knowing the tenant protections where you live,...
What protections do workers have in that they event they feel unsafe at work? In a recent announcement, the Department of Labor stated that workers who refuse to return to work out of general safety...
CBS4's Karli Barnett went one-on-one with Laurie Yadoff, a lawyer and director of the Economic Advocacy and Community Health Project at Coast to Coast Legal Aid of South Florida. Watch here.
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s executive order halting evictions for nonpayment of rent is intended to protect people for whom the pandemic has made it nearly impossible to make ends meet. However...
California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced a new statewide program that would move homeless residents into hotel rooms to prevent the spread of COVID-19. In the April 3 announcement, the state set a goal...