U.S. Supreme Court Strikes Down CDC Eviction Moratorium

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In a 6-3 Ruling, the United States Supreme Court struck down late yesterday the recent CDC nationwide eviction moratorium as overreaching by the CDC and exceeding its authority. In Alabama Association of Realtors, et al. v. Department of Health and Human Services, et al., Case No. 21A23, Aug. 26, 2021, the Supreme Court noted how the initial federal moratorium, which was part of the CARES Act, was passed by Congress, but had expired and had not been renewed by Congress.

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