You can read the CDC's eviction moratorium order released today HERE:…
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The CDC has extended the eviction moratorium through Oct. 3, adding it is "subject to further extension, modification, or recession based on public health circumstances."
"The order is not a rule within the meaning of the Administrative Procedure Act but rather an emergency action taken under the existing authority of CFR 70.2, the purpose of which is to enable the CDC to take swift steps to prevent contagion w/o a 2nd round of public comments"
Typo - Recission.
The CDC’s order states the moratorium will only last through Oct. 3, will cover 90% of Americans and will be especially targeting areas where “substantial and high levels” of infection from Covid-19 could occur.…

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4 Aug
Per CSPAN at 915AM ET: Lt. Gen. Russel Honore, who led a security review of the U.S. Capitol, discusses security on Capitol Hill and the January 6th select committee’s investigation.
Six weeks, 16 members of the Capitol Security Review Task Force, a capitol security complex review that started while fencing was still up. There were still 25k NGs at the Cap when Honore arrived.…
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3 Aug
President Biden will revive the eviction moratorium for 60 days, saying the CDC has found the authority to extend it where areas are experiencing particularly high rates of Covid-19 infection. More soon for @CourthouseNews
@CourthouseNews WaPo first to report, AP also reporting.
Biden at his remarks tonight says CDC has found legal authority to revive a version of the moratorium but effectively, they expect opposition in the courts regardless.
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30 Jul
From the White House, as a vote to extend the eviction moratorium has stalled, President @JoeBiden calls for "all possible steps" to be taken to "immediately disburse funds" given the deadline.
Biden says "no excuse" for delay: "State and local governments began receiving Emergency Rental Assistance funding in February and were eligible for an additional $21.5 billion passed in the American Rescue Plan...
Biden: "Five months later, with localities across the nation showing that they can deliver funds effectively – there can be no excuse for any state or locality not accelerating funds to landlords and tenants that have been hurt during this pandemic."
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28 Jul
#BREAKING: The Senate has voted to open debate on the $1.2T infrastructure bill. This is procedural, not final passage. That is for another day. More to come in a story soon for @CourthouseNews, including the final tally and explaining what the heck is going on.
The threshold of 60 votes needed was exceeded minutes ago and the current tally sits around 64-31.
Update: The Senate has voted 67-32 to open debate on the $1.2T infrastructure package.
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28 Jul
I will have a story coming up for you tonight on the infrastructure battle that is still very much alive in the Senate. A vote tonight to open debate on the $1.2T infra. pkg is expected to pass this evening but this is just one hurdle to clear. More soon for @CourthouseNews
Some highlights of the bill: it's $1.2T over several years with $550B in new spending; $110B for roads, $65B for broadband enhancements, $47B for flood/coastal resiliency; $39B for public transit upgrades; $73B for power grid updates + funding for renewable energy/carbon cap etc.
There's $7.5B for electric vehicles, school buses, ferries and that includes LNGs, hydrogen and fuel cell investments
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27 Jul
Good morning. The first hearing of the committee tasked to investigate the attack on the U.S. Capitol on January 6th gets underway today. Thread will start here. Lawmakers debut the committee with testimony from officers who were on the front lines against the mob
I am in the room and we are about a half hour from starting. The panelists today will be US Capitol Police Sergeant Aquilino Gonnell, U.S. Capitol Police Private First Class Harry Dunn and Metropolitan Police Department officers Michael Fanone and Daniel Hodges.
TODAY: The medieval-style battle that was waged at the U.S. Capitol as thousands of people clamored to overtake the building and overturn the 2020 election comes into sharp relief Tuesday with first-of-its-kind testimony before a congressional committee.…
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