Blog Calendar

Wednesday, May 13, 2020

The pandemic economy is squeezing renters as well as low-income homeowners, setting the stage for what many experts fear will be a surge of evictions. Some in the Cleveland suburbs have already...
Making sure the rent is paid amid the pandemic is something easier said than done for many people. Karen Tjapkes, Director of Litigation for Legal Aid of Western Michigan, discusses options available...
Pro bono and legal aid efforts are not immune to the adjustments needed to serve clients amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Jeff Heck, Indiana Legal Services' (ILS) pro bono project director, said ILS has...
House Democrats proposed more than $1 billion in additional spending to address the coronavirus outbreak in the nation’s prisons in a new relief bill unveiled Tuesday. The bill would also provide...
With unemployment in Arkansas skyrocketing in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and renters facing threats of losing their homes, advocates for tenants have pushed for a temporary moratorium on...
For six weeks , the Virginia Department of Health has been allowing local health districts to release the names and addresses of individuals with COVID-19 to 911 dispatch centers. “The whole issue of...