NLIHC in the News for the Week of May 10

The following are some of the news stories that NLIHC contributed to during the week of May 10: 

  • “Even As Parts Of Texas Remain Closed, State Supreme Court Orders Debt Collection And Rent Payments To Resume.,” Newsweek, May 15 at:   
  • “If a pandemic can't force San Francisco to reckon with homelessness, nothing can.,” Mother Jones, May 14 at:   
  • “As COVID-19 continues its economic upheaval, affordable housing is becoming scarce,” Deseret News, May 14 at:     
  • “Advocates hope safeguards will help SC dodge a wave of new evictions,” The Post and Courier, May 14 at:   
  • “Relief from the Rent,” Shelterforce, May 14 at:  
  • “ ‘It’s Fairly Merciless’ – Texas to Resume Evictions as San Antonio Renter Protection Ordinance Dies,” Texas Public Radio, May 14 at:  
  • “Coronavirus pandemic brings federal funds to Oakland to fight homelessness,” San Francisco Chronicle, May 11 at: