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    By Dianne Anderson When Joey King is not overseeing clean up of tons of trash around Long Beach, he’s out distributing food and pointing people to community popups where they can get some rent relief. It’s just like work, except it’s unpaid. “Work is a loose term,” said King, a community volunteer. “We collected 99 ...
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    by Dianne Anderson Slow-moving money is holding up the process for renters that suffered through COVID-19 impacts, along with some mom and pop landlords confused about how much or when they’ll get what’s due them. Rent money is coming down at a snail’s pace. Although attorney Matthis Chiroux exclusively represents tenants, he feels that both ...
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    By Dianne Anderson With the holidays just weeks away, some Inland Empire renters worry that they’re almost out the door under eviction notices from the end of the moratorium on September 30. But if the renter’s paperwork is in order, the most their landlords can do is huff and puff. They can not evict. Felicia ...
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    By Aldon Thomas Stiles California Black Media Gov. Gavin Newsom has signed into law Assembly Bill (AB) 832, which updates California’s eviction moratorium rules and extends it. “California is coming roaring back from the pandemic, but the economic impacts of COVID-19 continue to disproportionately impact so many low-income Californians, tenants and small landlords alike,” Newsom ...