Which states are doing a better job protecting renters from being evicted during the coronavirus pandemic

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By Dan Keating and Lauren Tierney | Washington Post

For millions of renters who have lost income, rent day on May 1 is a looming disaster.

A majority of the country’s 43.8 million renting households have lost at least some of their income in the coronavirus shutdown, a much higher share than homeowners, according to a Washington Post-University of Maryland poll done in mid-April.

This means an increasing number of households are at risk of missing rent paymentswhich could cascade into a national flood of evictions and forced homelessness.


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