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Rent due: Mass evictions feared after moratorium lifts

In March, the Kentucky Supreme Court delayed eviction cases and Gov. Andy Beshear ordered all state and local law enforcement to stop evicting people from their homes, but this still allowed landlords to file for eviction. On April 1, the Kentucky Supreme Court issued an amended order that put a stop to this but not before 400 evictions had been filed in Jefferson County, according to the Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting. The pandemic has pressured tenants but also landlords, who have mortgages and bills to pay.”      

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