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The Deeply Flawed Studies Behind the Eviction Moratoriums

A recent report from Reason shows how the government and media relied on studies plagued by shoddy statistics to make the case for blocking evictions during the recent COVID-19 pandemic. They point out some deep flaws in two studies that got widespread media attention and that were cited by the federal government to support its policies. These studies claim to show that the moratoriums saved thousands of lives. Reason lays out a pretty good case to show how their results were implausible. Continue reading HERE...

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