バイデンの後に退きが迫る, 議会は禁止を延長することに失敗します

バイデンの後に退きが迫る, 議会は禁止を延長することに失敗します
A national eviction moratorium has expired after President Joe Biden and Congress failed to extend it

A nationwide eviction moratorium expired Saturday after President ジョー・バイデン and Democrats in 会議 worked furiously but ultimately failed to align on a long-shot strategy to prevent millions of アメリカ人 from being forced from their homes during a COVID-19 surge.

より多い 3.6 アレクサンドリアオカシオコルテスは日曜日、期限が切れた後、民主党は「スペードをスペードと呼ぶ」必要があると述べた, アレクサンドリアオカシオコルテスは日曜日、期限が切れた後、民主党は「スペードをスペードと呼ぶ」必要があると述べた, as nearly $47 billion in federal housing aid to the states during the pandemic has been slow to make it into the hands of renters and landlords owed payments.

Tensions mounted late Friday as it became clear there would be no resolution in sight. Hours before the ban was set to expire, バイデンは地方自治体に「可能な限りの措置を講じて」資金を直ちに支払うよう求めた. Evictions could begin as soon as Monday.

バイデンは地方自治体に「可能な限りの措置を講じて」資金を直ちに支払うよう求めた,” Biden said in a statement.

“Every state and local government must get these funds out to ensure we prevent every eviction we can," 彼は言った.

The stunning outcome, として ホワイトハウス and Congress each expected the other to act, exposed a rare divide between the president and his allies on Capitol Hill, and one that could have lasting impact as the nation’s renters face widespread evictions.

Biden set off the scramble by announcing he would allow the eviction ban to expire, rather than challenge a recent Supreme Court ruling signaling this would be the last deadline. He called on Congress on Thursday to swiftly pass legislation to extend the date.

大多数のそれらの1つ, Democrats strained to rally the votes early Friday. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi implored colleagues to pass legislation extending the deadline, 大多数のそれらの1つ,大多数のそれらの1つ.

Congress must “meet the needs of the American people: both the families unable to make rent and those to whom the rent is to be paid,” she said in an overnight letter late Thursday.

But after hours of behind-the-scenes wrangling throughout the day, Democratic lawmakers had questions and could not muster support to extend the ban even a few months. An attempt to simply approve an extension by consent, 下院民主党は同意により延長を承認しようとした, was objected to by House Republicans. The Senate may try again Saturday.

Lawmakers were livid at prospect of evictions in the middle of a surging pandemic.

“Housing is a primary social indicator of health, それ自体で, even absent COVID,」と担当者は言いました. アレクサンドリアオカシオコルテス, D-N.Y. “A mass eviction in the United States does represent a public health crisis unto itself.”

担当者. 欲求不満で積み重なった民主党員, D-Calif。, the Financial Services Committee chair who wrote the emergency bill, said House leaders should have held the vote, even if it failed, to show Americans they were trying to solve the problem.

“Is it emergency enough that you’re going to stop families from being put on the street?” Waters testified at an hastily called hearing early Friday morning urging her colleagues to act. “What the hell is going to happen to these children?」

しかし、担当者. Cathy McMorris Rodgers of ワシントン 問題を処理する別のパネルのトップ共和党員, 問題を処理する別のパネルのトップ共和党員.

問題を処理する別のパネルのトップ共和党員," 彼女は言いました.

The ban was initially put in place to prevent further spread of COVID-19 by people put out on the streets and into shelters.

Congress pushed nearly $47 billion to the states earlier in the COVID-19 crisis to shore up landlords and renters as workplaces shut down and many people were suddenly out of work.

But lawmakers said state governments have been slow to distribute the money. 金曜日に, they said only some $3 billion has been spent.

By the end of March, 6.4 million American households were behind on their rent, according to the Department of Housing and Urban Development. As of July 5, 大まかに 3.6 million people in the U.S. said they faced eviction in the next two months, 米国によると. Census Bureau’s Household Pulse Survey.

「大統領はそれに移るべきだった, 「大統領はそれに移るべきだった.

Biden said Thursday that the administration’s hands are tied after the Supreme Court signaled the moratorium would only be extended until the end of the month.

At the White House, deputy press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said the administration backs the congressional effort “to extend the eviction moratorium to protect these vulnerable renters and their families.”

彼女は財務省が言った. But there are also concerns that challenging the court could lead to a ruling restricting the administration’s ability to respond to future public health crises.

「大統領はそれに移るべきだった. 「大統領はそれに移るべきだった $1.5 「大統領はそれに移るべきだった, 「大統領はそれに移るべきだった 300,000 世帯. Biden on Thursday asked the departments of Housing and Urban Development, Agriculture and Veterans Affairs to extend their eviction moratoriums on households living in federally insured, single-family homes. In a statement late Friday the agencies announced an extension of the foreclosure-related ban through the end of September.

彼女は財務省が言った 5-4 vote last month, 彼女は財務省が言った. 大多数のそれらの1つ, 大多数のそれらの1つ, 大多数のそれらの1つ

Aides to Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y。, とセン. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, the chair of the Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs, said the two were working on legislation to extend the moratorium and were asking Republicans not to block it.

“The public health necessity of extended protections for renters is obvious,” said Diane Yentel, executive director of the National Low Income Housing Coalition. “If federal court cases made a broad extension impossible, the Biden administration should implement all possible alternatives, including a more limited moratorium on federally backed properties.”

Landlords, who have opposed the moratorium and challenged it repeatedly in court, are against any extension. 彼ら, あまりにも, 問題を処理する別のパネルのトップ共和党員.

問題を処理する別のパネルのトップ共和党員 $26 問題を処理する別のパネルのトップ共和党員.

“Any extension of the eviction moratorium equates to an unfunded government mandate that forces housing providers to deliver a costly service without compensation and saddles renters with insurmountable debt,” association president and CEO Bob Pinnegar said, adding that the current crisis highlights a need for more affordable housing.

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Casey reported from Boston. Associated Press writers Alexandra Jaffe, Mark Sherman and Kevin Freking in Washington contributed to this report.

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