People protest for a moratorium on evictions on Aug. 4, 2021 in New York.
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Millions of Americans who remain behind on their rent could now be at risk of being pushed out of their homes after the Supreme Court rejected the Biden administration’s most recent eviction ban.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced its new eviction ban at the start of this month, a few days after its previous moratorium had expired. That order covered renters in areas experiencing “substantial” and “high” levels of coronavirus cases, and was supposed to be in effect until Oct. 3.
The Supreme Court’s ruling on Thursday that the CDC had exceeded its authority with the…