Florida

For Patrice Paldino, adjusting to COVID-19 meant finding new ways to reach Broward County, Florida, residents who are 60 years of age or older. She is the executive director of Coast to Coast Legal...
Shelters in Gainesville are having to turn people away, and many people are left with nowhere to go. Gainesville resident Rachael Ryan recalls a time she was evicted in 2018. "We were lucky enough to...
A new state Senate committee will review Florida’s response to the coronavirus pandemic and plan for future emergencies, President Wilton Simpson announced Wednesday as he made more leadership...
Florida’s moratorium on evictions and foreclosures expired at the end of September after Governor Ron DeSantis did not extend the executive order that has been in place since April. Since then,...
A nationwide eviction ban was supposed to protect tenants like Tawanda Mormon, who was forced out of her two-bedroom apartment last month in Cleveland. The 46-year-old, who was hospitalized in August...
Eviction filings are spiking in Florida according to some indicators, even as more resources are being made available to help Floridians in these and other cases. The Supreme Court’s Commission on...
The men in black vests began showing up to Glen’s Eureka apartments in mid-September — soon after the nine-unit building sold to a new owner, local attorney George Andriotis. They hassled residents...
More than 567,000 Floridians are among the estimated 9 million Americans who don’t regularly file taxes and still have not received their pandemic stimulus checks from the federal government. Those $...
Despite no eviction notices being filed in court, locks were changed on the homes of more than 20 Tampa Park Apartments residents on Friday. S. Kay Andrews and other leaders of the nonprofit group...
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s national eviction moratorium left Florida housing experts scratching their heads. Will it apply to Florida, where there’s already a moratorium in...

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