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    JUST IN: Supreme Court Strikes Down CDC’s Unconstitutional Eviction Moratorium

    JUST IN: Supreme Court Strikes Down CDC’s Unconstitutional Eviction Moratorium

    By Cristina Laila
    Published August 26, 2021 at 9:32pm
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    The Supreme Court on Thursday ended the CDC’s unconstitutional eviction moratorium that was set to expire October 3 in a challenge brought by landlords and real estate groups, Reuters reported.
    The highest court of the land ruled 6-3 along ideological lines that the CDC’s moratorium needs congressional authorization in order to continue.

    The three liberal justices dissented, citing a rise in Delta variant cases.
    Recall, earlier this month the CDC announced a new 60-day moratorium on evictions.

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    CDC Director Rochelle Walensky acted independently and signed the order – no congressional authorization needed. Walensky is queen and what she says goes.
    ‘This moratorium is the right thing to do to keep people in their homes and out of congregate settings where COVID-19 spreads,’ Walensky said. ‘Such mass evictions and the attendant public health consequences would be very difficult to reverse.’

    “This order will expire on October 3, 2021 and applies in United States counties experiencing substantial and high levels of community transmission levels of SARS-CoV-2,” according to a statement, which adds that the moratorium “allows additional time for rent relief to reach renters and to further increase vaccination rates.”
    The Supreme Court on Thursday blasted the CDC in its ruling.
    “It would be one thing if Congress had specifically authorized the action that the CDC has taken,” the Supreme Court ruling said. “But that has not happened. Instead, the CDC has imposed a nationwide moratorium on evictions in reliance on a decades-old statute that authorizes it to implement measures like fumigation and pest extermination.”
    “It strains credulity to believe that this statute grants the CDC the sweeping authority that it asserts,” it continued.
    Joe Biden knowingly violated the Constitution and admitted he was banking on the case getting caught up in the courts to push through his agenda.

    JUST IN: Supreme Court Strikes Down CDC's Unconstitutional Eviction Moratorium (thegatewaypundit.com)

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    Whelp; Out go the Americans with no safety net; in go the Illegal Aliens full of Biden Bucks; the entire American Landscape will look like Detroit

    it was nice knowing you poor Americans that are soon to be tossed out into the streets

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    White House calls for state, local eviction moratoriums after Supreme Court ruling

    Joey Garrison, USA TODAY 7 hrs ago

    WASHINGTON — The White House called for "urgent help" Friday from governors and mayors to help struggling renters, encouraging officials to issue their own state and local eviction moratoriums after a Supreme Court ruling blocked the president's targeted federal freeze.
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    "Our bottom line is this," top Biden officials said in a co-written letter to local and state governments. "No one should be evicted before they have the chance to apply for rental assistance, and no eviction should move forward until that application has been processed."
    Six states and the District of Columbia currently have moratoriums on evictions amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
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    "We are encouraging all other states and local governments to use their legal authorities to appropriately put in place or extend their own eviction moratoriums," reads the letter co-signed by Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, Housing and Urban Development Secretary Marcia Fudge and Attorney General Merrick Garland.



    © Michael Dwyer, AP People from a coalition of housing justice groups protest evictions during a news conference outside the Statehouse in Boston on July 30.In a 6-3 opinion ruling led by conservative justices, the Supreme Court said Thursday the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention did not have the authority to impose the freeze and that only Congress can take such action. The ruling allowed property owners to begin the process of evicting millions of Americans who are behind on rent because of the coronavirus pandemic.

    The Biden administration noted the spread of the delta variant has increased the number of COVID-19 cases and said many Americans are just now recovering from the economic downturn.
    "Millions remain at risk of eviction," the letter says. "With lives on the line, it is imperative that we act – at all levels of government."
    One in six renters is estimated to be behind on their rent, according to the U.S. Census Bureau's Household Pulse Survey.
    Biden issued the eviction moratorium – which applied to areas with the highest shares of COVID-19 cases and was set to expire Oct. 3 – after a nationwide moratorium ended Aug. 31. Biden had asked Congress to extend the moratorium, but Democrats lacked enough votes and never acted, leading the Biden administration to take action unilaterally.
    More: 89% of federal rental assistance remains unspent as potential evictions crisis looms
    White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Friday that Biden would support another eviction moratorium from Congress but expressed skepticism that would happen. She said there are other ways to keep families in their homes. She pointed to efforts to get Emergency Rental Assistance Program funds to landlords and renters faster as well as the push for local eviction freezes.
    "If there were enough votes to pass an eviction moratorium in Congress, it would have happened," Psaki said. "It hasn't happened, right? So what we're looking at now is how to achieve the objective that we all share."


    © Evan Vucci, AP The Biden administration is urging state and local government officials to enact their own eviction bans.Most rental assistance remains unspent

    Yet about 89% of $46.5 billion in federal rental assistance approved by Congress to help struggling renters during the coronavirus pandemic remains unspent, according to updated figures released by the Treasury Department this week. With protections from the moratorium over as aid still trickles out slowly, housing advocates have warned about a looming evictions crisis.

    More: Evictions are back: Here are 6 steps landlords should try before evicting a tenant

    In several states, landlords and tenants have struggled to get their applications processed because of a combination of faulty online portals, documentation that goes beyond federal requirements and slow rollouts.
    In the letter, the Biden administration asked state and local courts to require that landlords seek Emergency Rental Assistance Program aid before beginning eviction proceedings. The administration also recommended that states and cities pause eviction proceedings while an application for rental relief is being processed.
    Reach Joey Garrison on Twitter @joeygarrison.
    This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: White House calls for state, local eviction moratoriums after Supreme Court ruling


    White House calls for state, local eviction moratoriums after Supreme Court ruling (msn.com)


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