COVID-19

Evictions are a critical issue during the coronavirus pandemic. Despite a moratorium on evictions from California Governor Gavin Newsom, renters are still worried about paying rent. For their part,...
When Alabama Governor Kay Ivey issued a stay-at-home order for the state, it came with a temporary halt on evictions. However, a Huntsville-based lawyer says she’s been getting calls from tenants...
Two dozen Dubuque County mobile home residents, some laid off from their jobs, were threatened with eviction in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, despite orders from Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds...
While low-wage workers are the most likely to suffer from the impacts of coronavirus, Texas RioGrande Legal Aid is available to help as people navigate their employment issues during the pandemic...
As the state comptroller forecasts that the unemployment rate in Texas will soon hit 9 percent, housing advocates across the state expect to see a parallel increase in eviction cases as well...
On Monday, the Texas Supreme Court extended its moratorium on evictions through April 30, but despite orders at the state and local levels, San Antonio tenants tell KENS 5’s Eyewitness Wants to Know...
Legal Aid of Nebraska set up the hotline with support from the Nebraska State Bar Association’s Volunteer Lawyers Project to make legal assistance available for Nebraskans affected by the coronavirus...
Last week, Land of Lincoln Legal Aid attorney Dowin Coffy won a major victory on behalf of clients Ricky and Carla Phelan and their family. It will have an impact well beyond the Phelans. It ensures...
Zac Oswald, a lead attorney for the Legal Aid Society of Middle Tennessee and the Cumberland, spoke with David Plazas in the latest episode of the Tennessee Voices videocast about managing debt and...
Farmworkers are a crucial part of the food production chain that is keeping grocery stores stocked amid the COVID-19 crisis. Many are also especially vulnerable to the disease. “We have to take care...

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