Strolling Thunder 2021
Babies from all 50 states and DC have a message to deliver to Congress:
Push babies to the top of your priority list!Join the virtual rally on May 17
What Does the Eviction Moratorium Mean for Babies?
On September 1st, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued a national moratorium on most evictions for missed rent payments starting on September 4th. The moratorium was issued under the CDC’s authority to take measures to protect the public health, in this case to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
Download our latest factsheet to learn more about why an eviction moratorium during COVID-19 is important for families with babies.
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