Lexington-Fayette, Kentucky 2021-08-05 11:00:34 –
The Biden administration’s new eviction moratorium is heading to court.
Lawyers in the landlord’s group are asking federal judges to suspend new guidance.
The new ban from the CDC will cover 90% of US lessors and prevent landlords from expelling certain tenants that cannot be rented during a pandemic.
President Joe Biden has said that revoking the old moratorium and extending it will not last in court.
Even when announcing a new ban, he admits that it will face legal challenges, and at least it will buy some time for Americans facing expulsion. I told you to do it.
“This will also be a temporary solution, and a long-term solution will require legislative action,” White House spokesman Jen Psaki said. “But his message to those who are enthusiastic supporters is that he wants to share their concerns, share their commitments, and allow the lessor to stay in their home. is.
In June, the Supreme Court ruled that the moratorium would be maintained until July, after which Judge Brett Kavanaugh said Congress needed to approve another extension.
Also, Congress has already approved about $ 47 billion in housing aid, but most of that money has yet to reach those who need it.
This story was originally published in Newsy by Alex Livingston and Simon Kaufman.