NYT: What's Between 30 Million Americans and an Eviction Tsunami?

Only government intervention can keep millions of Americans housed.

By Francesca Mari | Ms. Mari is a writer.

Dec. 2, 2020

We've all been so concerned about the transition on Jan. 20 that many of us have forgotten another critical date for American democracy: Dec. 31. That's when the federal eviction moratorium — which has held the pandemic-related eviction tsunami at bay — expires. After that date, more than 30 million Americans are at risk of losing their homes. Congress must act to stabilize the country's rental market, prevent widespread displacement and curtail the growing domination of housing by big corporations.

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