The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday ended the pandemic related federal moratorium on residential evictions;

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The challengers argued that the law on which the CDC relied did not allow it to implement the current ban.

  • The high court had signaled in June that it thought the moratorium was on shaky legal ground, and that such a policy needed to be enacted by Congress rather than being imposed unilaterally by the executive branch.
  • The CDC first issued a moratorium in September 2020 after a prior one approved by Congress expired, with agency officials saying the policy was needed to combat the spread of COVID-19 and prevent homelessness during the pandemic.
  • Under political pressure from Biden’s fellow Democrats, his administration on Aug. 3 implemented a somewhat narrower eviction moratorium three days after the prior one expired.

SOURCE: REUTERS

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