Supreme Court Rules That Evictions May Resume
On Thursday, the Supreme Court voted to allow evictions to resume across the United States, overturning the CDC's recent 60-day eviction moratorium extension.
According to the Census bureau, about 3.5 million people will face eviction within the next two months.
The court ruled that the CDC lacked the authority to reimpose the moratorium for another 60 days on Aug. 3, without Congressional authorization.
The conservative majority on the Supreme Court ruled in favor of allowing evictions to resume while the three liberal justices voted against the decision.
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