CDC extends eviction ban through July, but enforcement in Texas is up to individual judges

The agency cited the spread of the highly contagious Delta variant as reason to keep the anti-eviction measure in place.

By Farah Eltohamy, The Texas Tribune
Posted 6/24/21

The federal government’s pandemic-related eviction moratorium, which was scheduled to expire June 30, has been extended to July 31, according to a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention …

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