COVID-19

On the first of September, the Centers for Disease Control issued a moratorium on evictions to curb the spread of Covid-19. But the moratorium, which applies only to qualifying tenants through the...
Texas RioGrande Legal Aid wants to help families plan in advance for worst-case scenarios, so they're not scrambling during a medical crisis or after the death of a loved one. More than 8,000 Texans...
A health professional was physically abused because the abuser thought the worker was trying to infect the abuser with COVID-19, the health professional said to the National Domestic Violence Hotline...
Advocates for domestic violence survivors say domestic abuse is increasing in Ohio due to the coronavirus pandemic. According to the Legal Aid of Western Ohio, there are tens of thousands of domestic...
California’s businesses must follow new rules to protect workers from getting coronavirus on the job, while harvesting companies must minimize overcrowding in guest farmworker housing following a...
Thousands of evictions are moving forward across the country, even though the CDC has ostensibly banned them. As the nation’s attention was focused on who would be the next president the day after...
Landlords wrongfully acted to evict metro Phoenix renters during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, despite a federal law protecting tenants from losing their homes if they couldn't pay rent. More...
From July through September, almost 25,000 eviction cases have been filed statewide according to data from the N.C. Administrative Office of the Courts. Almost 15,000 have been granted. But that...
Back in September, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a sweeping nationwide moratorium on evictions due to the impact of COVID-19. It stated that if a tenant meets certain criteria...

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