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FROM GREGORY SCOTT BROWN SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS, NAA As you know by now, on August 8, President Trump signed four executive...

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The National Multifamily Housing Council (NMHC)’s Rent Payment Tracker found 79.3 percent of apartment households made a full or partial rent...

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North Carolina health officials will allow the small Republican National Convention to have more than 10 people gathered indoors at a time, an...

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Dynamics of 2020 election in NC are increasing the need for poll workers, but fears of the pandemic are making those workers harder to find, with...

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Coronavirus restrictions will remain paused in Safer at Home Phase 2 for another 5 weeks as students and staff return to schools, colleges and...

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On July 23, 2020, the Regulatory/Legislative Focus Team of the Task Force presented its recommendations on July 23, 2020. They included the...

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North Carolina plans to offer financial support to some people in COVID-19 isolation, offering help that will include partial replacement of lost...

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Based on responses collected July 9 through July 14, the Household Pulse Survey estimates that during the COVID-19 pandemic: 50.1% of American...

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The pandemic is impacting rents now and negative rent growth year-over-year is showing up in statistics across the country for the first time since...

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As you know, Congress is at an impasse over the next round of COVID-19 relief. Expanded unemployment benefits and the federal eviction moratorium...

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“The Mecklenburg County Courthouse is slowly reopening. Last Monday, eviction hearings resumed for the first time since March. At one point,...

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The City of Concord, with the assistance of Tindale Oliver, has been rewriting the Development Ordinance in an effort to align it with the adopted...

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