US Needs Strategy On Unwinding Eviction Moratorium

By Jonathan Carson and Eric Kurtzman (November 23, 2021, 5:11 PM EST) -- When the federal eviction moratorium met its expected demise at the hands of the U.S. Supreme Court in August, it set the stage for millions of American men, women and children to be kicked out of their homes even as COVID-19 cases were hitting new peaks around the country and the delta variant surged.

This was unquestionably a serious development, and one that raised the specter of a longer, more painful economic recovery and fight against the pandemic. But the government has turned the situation into the equivalent of an unmitigated and unnecessary train wreck by repeatedly failing to provide renters...

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