Biden, Sanders demand 3-month freeze on rent payments, eviction of tenants across U.S.

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Benjamin Fearnow, “Biden, Sanders demand 3-month freeze on rent payments, eviction of tenants across U.S.,” Newsweek, March 28, 2020,

Associated Press, “Tenants Behind on Rent in Pandemic Face Harassment, Eviction,” U.S. News and World Report, June 14, 2020,

Kriston Capps, “What Happens When the Eviction Bans End?” CityLab, May 29, 2020,

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Jenny Schuetz, “America’s inequitable housing system is completely unprepared for coronavirus,” Brookings, March 12, 2020,

Sam Levin, “California landlords are locking out struggling tenants. A ‘tsunami of evictions’ may be next,” Guardian, July 30, 2020,

Regina Garcia Cano and Michael Casey, “Wave of evictions expected as moratoriums end in many states,” Associated Press, August 4, 2020,

Emma Ockerman, “The Tenant Uprising Is Here, and It’s Fierce,” Vice, August 7, 2020,

John Fritze and Nicholas Wu, “Trump administration announces nationwide eviction moratorium through end of the year,” USA Today, September 1, 2020,

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Heather Long, “Millions of Americans are heading into the holidays unemployed and over $5,000 behind on rent,” Washington Post, December 7, 2020,

Andrew Khouri, “Depleted savings, ruined credit: What happens when all the rent comes due?” Los Angeles Times, February 2, 2021,

Leah Litman, “A judge says we can’t ban evictions. It’s an attack on all federal power,” Washington Post, March 1, 2021,

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Eli Saslow, “The battle for 1042 Cutler Street,” Washington Post, May 1, 2021,

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Sarah Holder and Kriston Capps, “Eviction Deadline Looms for Millions of Tenants With Surging Rent Debt,” June 30, 2021,

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Matt Stieb, “What Happens Now That the Eviction Moratorium Has Expired?” New York, August 2, 2021,

Sean Sullivan, Marianna Sotomayor, and Tyler Pager, “Liberals erupt in fury at White House over end of eviction moratorium,” Washington Post, August 2, 2021,

Jeff Stein et al., “Biden administration moves to block evictions in most of U.S. following liberal backlash,” Washington Post, August 3, 2021,

Andrew Ackerman and Siobhan Hughes, “Biden Administration Issues New Eviction Moratorium,” Wall Street Journal, August 3, 2021,

Josh Gerstein and Katy O’Donnell, “Judge mulls blocking Biden’s new eviction ban,” Politico, August 9, 2021,

Brent Kendall, “Eviction Moratorium Left in Place by Judge Despite Legal Doubts,” Wall Street Journal, August 13, 2021,

Brent Kendall and Jess Bravin, “Real-Estate Interests Ask Supreme Court to Block Biden’s Eviction Moratorium,” Wall Street Journal, August 20, 2021,

Alana Durkin Richer, “US appeals court refuses to end CDC’s eviction moratorium,” Sacramento Bee, August 21, 2021,

Rachel Siegel, “As eviction crisis loomed, rental relief barely picked up in July,” Washington Post, August 25, 2021,

David G. Savage, “Supreme Court blocks Biden’s extension of eviction ban,” Los Angeles Times, August 26, 2021,

Ashlyn Still and Alyssa Fowers, “With evictions expected to mount, access to rental aid remains uneven,” Washington Post, September 2, 2021,

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