Here’s What the CDC Eviction Moratorium Means for Local Renters

Here’s What the CDC Eviction Moratorium Means for Local Renters

The CDC issued a national moratorium on evictions on September 2; the order went into effect two days later and will run through the end of 2020. The news of the moratorium has been greeted with relief by local housing advocates and service providers, many of whom feared a spike in evictions in the late summer and early fall. Advocates, however, are also quick to point out two important caveats.

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