No relief

Housing advocates predict eviction spike as state rent relief program nears end


The Legal Aid Justice Center doesn’t have enough funding to guarantee a lawyer for every area resident facing eviction, but it has recently hired more attorneys, which means it can represent more tenants. Staff photo.

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