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Thursday, October 8, 2020

Some tenant advocates say Governor Andrew Cuomo’s latest executive order extending the residential eviction moratorium until January 1, 2021 doesn’t go far enough. In March , Governor Cuomo put out...
The CDC’s moratorium doesn’t automatically stop evictions. Tenants have to sign a declaration stating they have sought government assistance and tried to pay their landlords as much rent as they can...
Whether your school district is still entirely online or moving toward a hybrid or in-person plan, a lot has changed in St. Louis region’s education landscape due to COVID-19. But some things have...
Eviction actions filed the month of September 2020 totaled 2,863, according to information obtained by ABC15 from the Maricopa County Justice Courts. That is a rise from 2,171 filed in August 2020...
Shemeka Smith is used to helping others. She's a nursing student in Clear Lake and planned to assist elderly people and veterans with social services this year. But that job offer evaporated with the...
The Arizona Supreme Court has declined to hear an appeal filed by landlords to overturn the state’s eviction moratorium. In August, the Arizona Multihousing Association, the Manufactured Housing...
For many New Yorkers, even with Governor Cuomo’s executive order declaring an eviction moratorium, becoming homeless is still a very real possibility. COVID-19 is causing financial hardship and...