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Indiana will release a draft of its emergency rental assistance program policy on Monday, after receiving a large allotment of funds from the last stimulus bill. The U.S. Treasury provided $448...
The coronavirus pandemic was expected to trigger the severest housing crisis in U.S. history. By one estimate, as many as 40 million Americans were at risk of eviction. Then in September, the CDC...
For a long time, Judge Michael Christofeno just didn’t see a place for online hearings in his courtroom. “I needed to see people in person in my courtroom or I wasn’t going to be able to have the...
After not accepting applications for months, the state of Indiana is again offering help to Hoosiers who are facing the threat of eviction. Operated by the Indiana Housing and Community Development...
Tippecanoe County landlords filed 248 eviction cases the week after Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb's moratorium on evicting renters ended on Aug. 14, after five months of protection. Before the...
Community engagement specialist Brittani Howell spoke with Mark Fairchild, Director of Public Policy at Covering Kids & Families of Indiana; Calvin Roberson, Vice President of Planning and...
Indiana is bracing for a swarm of evictions caused by Covid-19-related job losses and reduced paychecks, despite a CDC extension of a moratorium until the end of the year. Experts estimate that 313,...
Hundreds of Allen County renters are facing losing their homes after a state moratorium on evictions was lifted. The suspension on removing tenants was part of an executive order from Gov. Eric...
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...
On Friday, President Donald Trump announced a wide range of executive orders designed to help with the financial impact of the pandemic, including another national moratorium on evictions. If Indiana...

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