The eviction moratorium faces two legal challenges from Illinois. One case is focused on the latest federal moratorium from President Joe Biden's administration and one targets Gov. J.B. Pritzker’s order.
A lawsuit filed Thursday in the Northern District Court of Illinois is the second and latest challenge to the Biden Administration’s attempt to halt all residential evictions from taking place nationwide amidst a surge in coronavirus cases.
The Illinois Rental Property Owners Association and two individual rental property owners are suing to end the Biden Administration’s moratorium with help from attorneys at the Liberty Justice Center, a national public-interest law firm.
Illinois property owners filed a federal lawsuit challenging the U.S. Centers for Disease Control’s (CDC) latest illegal eviction ban. While the Biden Administration claims the eviction ban provides relief to struggling Americans, it does so by passing on hardships to other Americans—property owners.
Americans’ property rights are under attack from the federal government. Rahman v. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention seeks to restore those rights by challenging the eviction moratoriums that are hurting entrepreneurs and families in Illinois and across the country. Last year, the U.S. Centers...