A new report from Congress has detailed the ways four corporate landlords made big bucks while normal people suffered during the eviction moratorium.
“They filed bogus cases, evicted us, and stole our land.”
With the CDC's eviction moratorium expiring, many communities are taking matters into their own hands.
Evictions can displace people from trusted dealers, forcing them to buy drugs from random sources in a market flooded with fentanyl.
The courts are anticipating a flood of evictions after the CDC’s moratorium expired this weekend.
Love for Landlords started as a joke, but the landlord mentality is real.
“I didn’t even know that they were even able to do this at this time, during the pandemic,” said Saniece Hunter, who's been sleeping on a futon at her hair salon.
A backlog in evictions has meant that tenants now have only minutes—in a virtual court—to make the case that they should keep their homes.
Life has been tough for London's squatters in the COVID era. But they are working together to protect the most vulnerable members of their communities.
With more state and federal eviction protections expiring soon, activists warn of more related COVID cases and deaths.
It seems tenants could be at the mercy of various local and state interpretations of the CDC's order.