July 6, 2020


Is Everything in Your Lease Legal? Quite Possibly Not (December 5, 2022, Shelterforce)

Baltimore’s Math Equation: Housing in the City is a Numbers Game (November 15, 2022, Baltimore Beat)

Land Grab: Why a Desperate City Kept Cutting Deals with a Developer Who Didn’t Deliver (August 9, 2022, Baltimore Beat)

Eviction Crisis: 250,000 could lose their homes, advocate says (August 16, 2021, Maryland Reporter)

A primer on Maryland’s eviction crisis with tenant advocate Carol Ott (August 5, 2021, WYPR)

Leading Maryland Housing Advocate Urges Hogan to Ban Evictions Until At Least the End of the Year (August 4, 2021, Maryland Reporter)

New federal eviction protection doesn’t cover parts of Maryland — for now (August 4, 2021, Baltimore Sun)

Local Leaders Grapple With Federal Red Tape As They Try To Quickly Distribute Rent Relief Funding (July 31, 2021, Maryland Matters)

Baltimore tenant protections take effect, requiring ‘just cause’ before eviction (July 10, 2021, Baltimore Sun)

As End of Eviction Protections Loom, Housing Advocates Urge Changes to Court Procedures (June 17, 2021, Maryland Matters)

Gov. Hogan announces end of Maryland COVID-19 state of emergency (June 16, 2021, WBAL Radio)

Baltimore City Council Sustains Scott’s Veto of Surety Bonds Bill (June 8, 2021, WYPR)

Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott vetoes security deposit alternative bill (May 18, 2021, Baltimore Sun)

Security deposit insurance isn’t the kind of housing support Baltimore renters need | COMMENTARY (April 15, 2021, Baltimore Sun)

Does Baltimore’s security deposit alternatives bill offer ‘freedom’ or carve away renter protections? (April 14, 2021, Greater Greater Washington)

To help tenants amid COVID, Baltimore County is covering their back rent — if landlords agree to discount the bill (March 12, 2021, Baltimore Sun)

We need to help women during the pandemic and beyond – COMMENTARY (February 26, 2021, Baltimore Sun)

Maryland legislators ponder several bills that if enacted (and enforced) could offer more protections for renters (February 4, 2021, Greater Greater Washington)

During Maryland rent moratorium, more landlords using legal ‘loophole’ as means to evict (December 20, 2020, Baltimore Sun)

Marylanders Still Being Evicted Despite State, Federal Orders (November 20, 2020, Maryland Matters)

It’s about to get even harder for renters (November 20, 2020, NPR Marketplace)

COVID-19 pandemic strains Maryland groups helping homeless (November 18, 2020, Washington Post)

Advocates Tell State Lawmakers They Need More Funding to Help the Homeless (October 7, 2020, Maryland Matters)

Anne Arundel County Launches New Eviction Prevention Initiative (September 17, 2020, WYPR News)

A Roof Over Their Heads (September 8, 2020, WYPR/On the Record)

Tenant advocates say lease terms at Towson student housing complex are illegal, as students wait to move in amid construction delays (September 3, 2020, Baltimore Sun)

Housing advocates see spike in clients as eviction hearings resume in Anne Arundel County (September 2, 2020, Capital Gazette)

Jones, Frosh Press Hogan on Rent Relief and Other Tenant Protections (September 1, 2020, Maryland Matters)

Landlord Group Suing Three Local Governments to Collect Rent Increases and Late Fees (August 7, 2020, Maryland Matters)

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

Fears, Uncertainties for Tenants, Landlords and Courts as Eviction Moratorium Set to End (July 24, 2020, Maryland Matters)

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)