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The government promised to help renters in need. Here’s why it’s been a slow process.

September 28, 2021 | 8:29 PM GMT
As millions of households have reported being behind on rent, some state and local governments have struggled to get the over 40 billion dollars in federal emergency rental assistance to those who need it. In Florida, one nonprofit has stepped up to help.