Evictions are likely to skyrocket as jobs remain scarce. Black renters will be hard hit. And landlords are pushing back on a federal moratorium.

Congress faces pressure as states lift electricity shut-off bans during the coronavirus crisis. 

 
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Evictions are likely to skyrocket as jobs remain scarce. Black renters will be hard hit. And landlords are pushing back on a federal moratorium.

Congress faces pressure as states lift electricity shut-off bans during the coronavirus crisis. 

 
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