Signs lay on the ground after people gathered outside of an apartment complex with the intention to stop the alleged eviction of one of the tenants in Mount Rainier, MD, U.S., August 10, 2020.
Leah Millis | Reuters
One of the main ways that state and local governments have tried to slow the spread of the coronavirus is by issuing stay-at-home orders.
Yet sheltering in place is close to impossible for the tens of thousands of Americans who’ve been evicted during the pandemic.
And the situation could soon get a great deal worse for many more. At the end of the month, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s national eviction moratorium will expire, and landlords will be free to push…