Rep. Cori Shrub (D-Mo.) backed up her ideas with a sleeping bag Friday night as she prepared to camp out before the U.S. Capitol to object completion of the government expulsion halt that aided Americans hang on to their homes during the COVID-19 situation.
UPDATE: Earlier today, I sent a letter to my associates worrying the urgency of prolonging the eviction postponement. Bush, who was when homeless, introduced a resolution Wednesday calling on Congress to commit to ending homelessness in America by 2025. The end of the halt can provide untold suffering to a massive number of families. More than 3.6 million adults reported that they were likely less than two months away from eviction as of June, including 2 million houses with youngsters, according to a UNITED STATE Census Bureau survey. Fans commended Shrub’s demonstration on Twitter.