Extension Of Eviction Protections Marked First Time Woman Signed Bill Into California LawFor the first time in California's 171-year history, a woman has signed a bill into state law.
California Lawmakers Extend Eviction Ban For Some RentersTens of thousands of Californians facing eviction on Friday for not paying their rent will get to stay in their homes for at least another three months after state lawmakers voted Thursday to extend a law that protects them just hours before it was scheduled to expire.
Sacramento Renters, Landlords Oppose Possible Eviction Moratorium ExtensionThe clock is ticking for state lawmakers considering whether to extend eviction protections for renters who apply for a COVID-19 rent relief program.
California Assembly Votes To Extend COVID Eviction MoratoriumThe California Assembly has approved a measure extending the pandemic eviction moratorium -- just days before it's set to expire.
Eviction Protections Could Be Extended In CaliforniaHundreds of thousands of California renters facing eviction next week could get another three months of protection under a bill top legislative leaders endorsed on Thursday.
Evictions Increase Months After Federal Moratorium EndsSoon after losing his trucking job amid the pandemic, Freddie Davis got another blow: His landlord in Miami was almost doubling the rent on his Miami apartment.
As California's Eviction Ban Ends, Some Protections RemainWith a statewide eviction moratorium ending Friday, officials in California are rushing to make sure tenants with unpaid rent know they can still stay in their homes after that date — but only if they have applied for assistance from the state.
Renters In Davis Call On State To Extend Eviction MoratoriumRenters gathered in Davis on Friday demanding California extend the eviction moratorium again, but landlords who’ve seen the program extended three separate times are ready to be paid rent they say they’ve been owed for months.
Eviction Moratorium Update: Without An Extension, What Happens To Renters After July 31?The CDC's eviction moratorium ends on July 31, which leaves renters uncertain about their future in an economy still recovering from COVID.