The crisis that didn’t happen: How Dems got it wrong about ending the COVID-19 eviction ban

Posted on AllSides December 13th, 2021
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The flood of evictions that politicians and housing advocates desperately warned of has yet to materialize three months after the Supreme Court revoked the Biden administration’s COVID-19 eviction ban.

Eviction filings remain below pre-pandemic levels despite dire predictions of mass homelessness when the Supreme Court struck down the eviction moratorium in August.

In the first three months since the moratorium ended, eviction filings increased by roughly 20% compared with the final three months that the ban was in place, according to data released last week by the Eviction Lab at Princeton University....

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