Federal Judge Sides With Landlords, Vacates CDC’s Eviction Moratorium

A Federal Judge Wednesday Vacated A National Moratorium On Evictions Imposed By The Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, Following A Trend Of Rulings Issued By Other Federal Judges In Other States.

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Landlords Struggle Under Extended CDC Eviction Ban

Landlords Are Struggling After The U.S. Centers For Disease Control And Prevention (CDC) Extended A National Ban On Certain Evictions Apparently To Slow The Spread Of COVID-19. The CDC Extended The Moratorium, First Enacted In Sept. 2020, Through June 30.

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Biden Signs Mask Mandate For Federal Buildings, Lands As First Executive Order; Says Trump Left ‘Generous’ Note

Mandate Requires Masks To Be Worn In Federal Buildings on Federal Lands And Also Applies To Federal Employees And Contractors.

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$900 Billion COVID Stimulus Package Passed By Congress Includes Direct Payments To Americans, Business Relief

If Signed By President Trump, The Newly Passed Bill Will Provide Additional Aid To Small Businesses And A Second Round Of Direct Payment To Americans.

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New Deal Reached For COVID-19 Relief Package

“We are going to crush the virus and put money in the pockets of the American people.” – Nancy Pelosi / Chuck Schumer

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