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A moratorium on evictions in New York is extended through the end of the year.

Governor Andrew Cuomo signed an executive order that says landlords won’t be allowed to evict their tenants for not making rent until January 1.

Landlords say it puts more pressure on them because they have to still pay expenses on their properties amid the pandemic.

The order is separate from a federal moratorium that also runs through 2020.

Connecticut Extends Eviction Moratorium Until October

Aug 21, 2020
Conn. Gov. Ned Lamont
Jessica Hill / AP

Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont has extended a moratorium on evictions until October. It was due to expire Friday, leaving thousands of tenants on the hook to make next month's rent, or face possible eviction.

Elisa Amendola / AP

Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont has earmarked more than $33 million in state and federal funding to assist renters, homeowners and landlords affected by the COVID-19 health emergency.

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development

Moratoriums on evictions make it illegal for landlords in Connecticut and New York to evict tenants who haven’t paid their rent. They’re to protect renters — often low-income — from losing their homes, after many have already lost their jobs because of the economic shutdown.  

Landlords Sue Lamont Over Eviction Moratorium

Jun 18, 2020
Jeff Chiu / AP

Several landlords in Connecticut have sued Governor Ned Lamont over his executive order suspending evictions for nonpayment of rent during the COVID-19 pandemic.