One Man's Eviction Story, Despite Federal Mandate Protecting Renters During Pandemic
Getting evicted in the pandemic can risk a person’s health and doom their ability to rent another place to live. A federal order that seeks to prevent evictions was just extended.
But thousands of people have already been evicted, either before the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention order went into effect or because landlords used loopholes to get around it. NPR’s Chris Arnold shares 57-year-old Gregory Curry’s story.
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