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Monday, August 17, 2020

The massive unemployment and economic stress fueled by the novel coronavirus has some access to justice advocates calling for federal lawmakers to not only place a nationwide moratorium on evictions...
A state moratorium on residential evictions for nonpayment expired on July 16. The 36th District Court began its ban on March 13, before the statewide prohibition. The court estimates a backlog of...
Service providers across Wichita are raising the alarm that a growing number of tenants face eviction in the coming months, particularly by the end of August. The future of extra unemployment...
The end of the moratorium on utilities and evictions has the potential to put thousands on the streets. Attorney Andrew Thomas, with Indiana Legal Services, says landlords can start legally evicting...
Angel Trejo, a homeless man who lives near a hand-washing station that’s located under a 101 Freeway underpass near Echo Park, says he doesn’t use it because it’s often missing soap or water. He...
Houston eviction attorney Dana Karni’s phone is ringing more this month as some of her clients are having to decide between paying rent or making a car payment. “For many of them, their car will be...