Courtesy of supremecourt.gov
Courtesy of supremecourt.gov

The Supreme Court, in a 6-3 opinion, has ended the national eviction moratorium due to the impact of COVID-19 after several extensions. More than 8 million Americans are now at risk of eviction. What are your thoughts?

Eva Moorhead, Washington, D.C.

Landlords have bills to pay as well, friends.

Keith Roye, Washington, D.C.

The Biden administration needs to fix the court problem, where the number of Supreme Court judges are concerned. These conservative judges are using the law to protect their own conservative interests.

Lisa A., New York

I have no sympathy. I supported the eviction moratorium for the first six months. But after that, people should have gotten it together. All the tax refund, stimulus money and food stamps should’ve helped people secure a roof over their heads. People have been taking advantage.

Sabrina Taylor, Washington, D.C.

SCOTUS doesn’t care about the health and well-being of the people.

Rachel Smith, New York

The amount of nastiness toward people that have been struggling is disgusting.

Compiled by Sarafina Wright

WI Guest Author

This correspondent is a guest contributor to The Washington Informer.

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