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Nearly 20% of renters in America are behind on their payments


Kennia Viera, center, of Los Angeles, who is a single mom, unemployed and in danger of being evicted at the end of January, protests with her kids, Florisabella Houston-Viera, 7, second from right, and Enrique Houston-Viera, 9, left, after speaking at a protest for tenants in danger of eviction because of the financial fallout of the coronavirus pandemic. The protestors take part in a “posada” protest outside the home of Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon, D-Lakewood, to urge him to support AB 15 and AB 16 in on Wednesday, Dec. 16, 2020 in Lakewood, CA.

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About 18% renters in America, or around 10 million people, were behind in their rent…


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