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MD legislators ponder several bills that if enacted could offer more protections for renters

February 5, 2021

Housing issues have taken on new urgency in Maryland during the COVID-19 pandemic, with unemployment threatening stable housing at the same time as people are being told to stay home. As the pandemic drags on to its second year, Maryland lawmakers are faced with moving beyond coronavirus stopgap measures as well as addressing pre-existing issues such as affordability, safety, and evictions.

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