KTVU FOX 2 - The State of California and its counties are considering extending the moratorium on evictions in hopes of staving off flooding the streets, parks and lots with unimaginable new homeless. It's already had a huge impact on the young Californians of our future.
California's COVID anti-eviction moratorium ends on June 30. Experts say, 900,000 California households, up to 15% of renters, are behind on their rent each owing about $8,000, according to the Federal Reserve.
If that tragic eviction tsunami comes, the pandemic will have hurt the children most of all and their parents know it.
"They got scared, they got stressed out; we didn't have anywhere else to go," said Jorge, the son of a renter in Bay Point.
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