NY state eviction moratorium due to end August 31

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New York state’s eviction moratorium is due to expire Tuesday.

It’s expiring because the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the Biden administration’s temporary federal ban on evictions.

Gov. Hochul is considering bringing the Legislature back into session to deal with this issue.

New York’s rental relief program has more than $2 billion to help renters, but as of last week, the state had only distributed $200 million of that money.