Emergency rental relief spent more money in June, but concerns grow since CDC eviction moratorium expires on July 31

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Emergency rental relief spent more money in June, but concerns grow since CDC eviction moratorium expires on July 31

The White House has been clear it cannot solve this problem alone. On Wednesday, it once again convened representatives from mayors offices, legal aid groups, nonprofits, landlords organizations and tenant advocates. The goal was to bring everyone together to keep evictions out of court, raise awareness about rental relief and expand other eviction-diversion programs.



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