- At least 44 million Americans have filed for unemployment in the past three months as the coronavirus pandemic devastated industries such as retail and hospitality.
- Many who lost jobs were unable to pay their rent or utilities, prompting state and federal governments to issue a temporary ban on evictions.
- But those bans are set to expire this summer, leaving many people at risk of losing their homes.
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The United States is preparing to deal with yet another crisis: an eviction crisis.
On Thursday, Business Insider’s Carmen Reinicke reported that 44 million Americans have filed for unemployment in the last 12 weeks. The mass…
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