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CDC issues nationwide eviction moratorium through end of the year, White House says

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By Jacob Passy

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is using its authority to implement a temporary eviction moratorium through the end of the year, the Trump administration said Tuesday evening. Unlike the federal moratorium included in the CARES Act that expired in late July, the CDC's moratorium will apply to all rental units nationwide, senior administration officials said. Renters will be eligible for the moratorium's protection if they received a stimulus check, and they must be able to prove that they made an effort to receive government assistance and that they could not afford rent.

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CDC issues nationwide eviction ban through the end of the year in an effort to control coronavirus

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