Pennsylvania’s dangerous landlord-tenant law persists | Michael Coard

BY: - August 23, 2023

Back in April, I wrote about the serious problem of landlord-tenant officers in Pennsylvania, who have extraordinary power with very little training. I detailed the March case of 35-year-old Angel Davis, shot in the head and nearly killed by a so-called landlord-tenant officer while he served her with eviction papers in Philadelphia. At a rally […]

A constable in Arizona escorts an evicted family out of their apartment in 2020. In the past four years, California, Oregon and Washington have all adopted “just” or “good” cause policies that require landlords to show valid reasons for evictions. Other states are considering similar measures (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images).

Some states to landlords: You can’t evict tenants without a good reason

BY: - July 5, 2023

‘Just cause’ policies are gaining momentum amid the housing crisis.


That tidal wave of evictions hasn’t hit yet. State, local efforts are making the difference, report | Friday Morning Coffee

BY: - February 12, 2021

Renters are falling through the loopholes in eviction bans, according to a published report.


A housing and eviction crisis is coming. Leaders must act now to combat it | Andrea Custis

BY: - June 9, 2020

A tidal wave of evictions is coming when the moratorium ends on July 10. The most urgent question we can answer is: How do we lessen its impact?