Biden rushing to stand up 'new national infrastructure' to prevent evictions after moratorium ends

Biden rushing to stand up 'new national infrastructure' to prevent evictions after moratorium ends


The Biden administration won’t extend the expiring coronavirus eviction moratorium for a third time, but the White House says it’s working with states and local governments to “develop a new national infrastructure” to provide rental aid and prevent evictions in the future once the moratorium expires.

The scramble comes as billions of dollars in already enacted aid haven’t been disbursed.

The United States Supreme Court rejected a bid to lift the moratorium in late June, and the final month of the stay’s life cycle let the administration continue “an all-out effort” to provide both renters and landlords information about how they can continue to receive relief after the moratorium expires on July 31, a White House official told the Washington Examiner Wednesday. That official did not answer questions, however, about whether or not the president would support additional rent relief or eviction provisions in Democrats’ forthcoming $3.5 trillion budget reconciliation infrastructure proposal.

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