February 14, 2020 |
Jeremy M. Lazarus
Richmond Free Press
“Imagine a child living with asthma and there is a mold problem. This could be life-threatening,” she said. “We now have legal partners to help take care of the whole child and family.
Tags: Health Care | Housing | Medical-Legal Partnerships
January 24, 2020 |
, Ellen Davidson
New York Daily News
Lawmakers must enact, without further delay, Good Cause legislation to bring renters rights and other crucial protections to tenants in smaller buildings and in manufactured home communities that fall outside of rent stabilization.
Tags: Housing | Housing: Eviction | Housing: Right to Counsel
January 6, 2020 |
Evictions are down nearly 20 percent in New York City since rent laws were enacted last June, city data shows — and the nonprofit Legal Aid Society credited the new laws with contributing to the decline.
Tags: Housing | Housing: Eviction | Housing: Landlord-Tenant | Housing: Right to Counsel
January 7, 2020 |
WWBT Richmond (local NBC, VA)
The Richmond Eviction Diversion Program was officially established in October and came about following The New York Times article stating “The River City” was the 2nd-worst city in the nation for evictions.
Tags: Eviction Diversion | Housing | Housing: Eviction