With eviction moratorium ending soon, Milwaukee County officials consider Right to Counsel Initiative

With eviction moratorium ending soon, Milwaukee County officials consider Right to Counsel Initiative

With the expiration of a moratorium on evictions looming, Milwaukee County officials are moving to ensure tenants facing court action have a right to legal counsel. The CDC issued a moratorium on evictions beginning Sept. 4 to prevent the spread of COVID-19, as long as tenants signed a declaration ensuring they meet certain criteria. That moratorium ends June 30, leaving some officials worried the number of evictions will increase drastically.

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