Rent relief trickles through as federal eviction ban nears expiration
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Only about 6.5% of the roughly $50 billion Congress set aside for rent relief as actually gone out to the masses as the federal eviction moratorium ending date gets closer. What’s the holdup? We also look at how businesses are handling the return of indoor masking in Los Angeles County. We also peek into the financial cost of hosting the Olympics.
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