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July 6, 2020

Press

Ben Carson, Donald Trump and the old dog whistles of housing and race | COMMENTARY by Dan Rodricks (July 28, 2020, Baltimore Sun)

Maryland tenants, advocates march to governor’s mansion for rent relief as protections end and courts reopen (July 24, 2020, Baltimore Sun)

Why can’t Baltimore solve its vacant housing problem? (July 8, 2020, NPR Marketplace)

Baltimore County expands eviction prevention with $3 million more for renters, community groups (July 7, 2020, Baltimore Sun)

Bracing for a wave of evictions, advocates say Hogan must do more (July 2, 2020, Baltimore Brew)

Maryland families fear ‘tsunami’ of evictions when courts reopen and federal aid dries up at the end of July (July 2, 2020, Baltimore Sun)

“Cancel the Rent” Calls Grow Louder as End of Eviction Hold Threatens to Put Thousands on Streets (July 2, 2020, Maryland Matters)

To prevent evictions, Baltimore to pay tenants’ back rent with more than $13 million from coronavirus relief funds (June 30, 2020, Baltimore Sun)

Coronavirus causing housing crisis in Maryland; lawmakers foresee evictions (June 29, 2020, WBAL)

‘We’re Going to See a Flood of Evictions,’ Activists Warn as End of Moratorium Looms (June 24, 2020, Maryland Matters)

Baltimore County offering $1 million for tenants facing eviction amid coronavirus economic woes (June 9, 2020, Baltimore Sun)

Rental Assistance Finally Comes To Baltimore, Tenants’ Rights Advocates Argue It’s Not Enough (May 15, 2020, Baltimore Beat)

Landlords and advocates debate ban on rent increases and late fees during pandemic (May 7, 2020, Baltimore Brew)

Renters worry prospective tenants will infect their homes (April 8, 2020, WMAR)

Anne Arundel County debates changes to fair housing law (January 6, 2020, Capital Gazette)