The unconstitutional CDC Eviction Moratorium has cost landlords across the country millions of dollars and untold financial hardship. Dana joins me today to discuss her op ed covering all of the details.
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- McCain: Alabama realtors get important win at SCOTUS - al.com — The Supreme Court acknowledged the rights of property owners this week by refusing to uphold an eviction moratorium issued by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) last year. The Biden Administration has extended the moratorium multiple times. The Alabama Association of Realtors, together with plaintiffs from neighboring Georgia, filed the action seeking relief.
- Supreme Court Invalidates CDC Eviction Moratorium, Millions of Renters Immediately at Risk | National Low Income Housing Coalition — The Supreme Court, in an unsigned opinion, ruled (6-3) on August 26 to end the temporary stay on a lower court ruling seeking to overturn the federal eviction moratorium issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on August 3. In doing so, the Supreme Court’s ruling invalidates the federal eviction moratorium, eliminating vital eviction protections that have kept millions of households stably housed. The Supreme Court decision undermines historic efforts by Congress and the White House to ensure housing stability during the pandemic. State and local governments are working to improve programs to distribute emergency rental assistance (ERA) to those in need, but they need more time; the Supreme Court’s decision will lead to many renters, predominantly people of color, losing their homes before the assistance can reach them.