Corporate Landlords Are Still Filing Eviction Cases After CDC Order, Data Show

In the four weeks since the federal government announced its unprecedented nationwide moratorium on kicking out certain non-paying tenants during the pandemic, large landlords have filed more than 5,200 eviction cases across just five states, data show. The Private Equity Stakeholder Project collected records from large metropolitan courts in Arizona, Texas, Tennessee, Florida, and Georgia […]

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California Cities Are Building ‘Sanctioned’ Homeless Encampments. Here’s What That Looks Like.

At least two California cities are now building their own open-air tent encampments for the homeless, putting on stark display the state’s present inability to safely get people indoors amid an unprecedented pandemic. The new, so-called “sanctioned encampments” in Santa Rosa and San Francisco space out tents by several feet and enforce social distancing guidelines, […]

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‘Literally a Lifeline:’ Doctors Without Borders Is Getting Cell Phones to Homeless People so They Can Stay Connected During Coronavirus

Doctors Without Borders is known globally for dispatching its medical teams and logistical services to impoverished war-torn, famine-stricken, disaster-plagued countries that need life-saving services, fast. So when it set up shop in New York City at the onset of the coronavirus pandemic — a rarity for a group that doesn’t often operate in the U.S. […]

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