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Without new or renewed protections or financial safeguards like expanded unemployment or a second round of stimulus checksas many as 40 million people could be displaced from their homes over the next year, according to the Aspen Institute — all during the worst economic recession since the Great Depression. That’s 12% of the US population, and equivalent to the entire population of California, the most populous US state. Some states still offer temporary emergency eviction protections, but many statutes, like California’s eviction stay, end soon.

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