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Shah: Hogan Urged to Sign Bill That Will Help Some Tenants Facing Eviction

April 6, 2022

It was almost 9 a.m. on a gray Thursday in December. Robin Moore had already been out to see her doctor. The good news: her cancer recovery was steady. The bad news: now she was running late for her eviction hearing. She seemed tense but relieved as we met for the first time right outside the courtroom. Robin had a different recovery to tackle now. Last summer, after finishing certifications meant to boost her career in construction, she found her job hunt going nowhere.

Article Source: Maryland Matters

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