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Bryce Covert
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After the Eviction Moratorium

The long-predicted nationwide wave of lockouts is finally cresting. A report from New York City housing court

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Eric Peterson
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Utah helped landlords, not renters. How that’s changing.

In 2021, a spokesperson for the Department of the Treasury was surprised to learn that Utah was using federal Emergency Rental Assistance (ERA) money to pay landlords’ legal bills for evicting renters.

Read more at The Utah Investigative Journalism Project
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Kristen Consillio
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Eviction cases on the rise as Hawaii tenants struggle to stay in their homes

Amy Rivo said she was given a notice to evict as soon as the moratorium ended in October. "They were essentially telling me I would be homeless a week before Christmas," she said.

Read more at KITV
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Lori Teresa Yearwood
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Evictions Are Back. Black Renters Are Suffering the Most—Again.

In Indianapolis, like many American cities, the long shadow of segregation continues to punish Black neighborhoods—to the disproportionate benefit of white landlords.

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Tina Kelley
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When Attending College Means Losing Your Home

Nearly 60 percent of U.S. college students reported struggling to meet basic needs—including food and housing—during the past year, with Black and Latinx students both more likely to need aid and less likely to get it.

Read more at The Progressive
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Lori Teresa Yearwood
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The Bill for My Homelessness Was $54,000

Coming back to the world of the housed meant first having to navigate an obstacle course of fees and fines that I had incurred while homeless.

Read more at The New York Times
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Lori Teresa Yearwood
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A Widow Prepares To Start Living In Her Van

It is as if the eviction has been a long-brewing and inevitable storm aimed at Susan Violette, who lives in Worcester County in central Massachusetts.

Read more at Defector
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