The Eviction Moratorium Has Been Over for a Month — with No Eviction Wave

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Eviction notice for an apartment in Los Angeles, Calif., in 2009. (Lucy Nicholson/Reuters)

Washington Post story from yesterday begins:

When the Supreme Court decided to strike down a federal ban on evictions in August, lawmakers and housing experts mentioned a slew of devastating metaphors — cliff, tsunami, tidal wave — to describe the national eviction crisis they saw coming. One month later, however, many of those same authorities find themselves wondering: Where is the cliff?

Where, indeed? Lawmakers didn’t merely use strong figures of speech. One of them camped out on the steps of the Capitol to share in the plight of the soon-to-be-evicted. That lawmaker, Cori Bush of Missouri, used the E-word to describe the problem,

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