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Biden’s rent pass

President Joe Biden’s extended eviction moratorium is taking a toll on rental property owners, including the many small operators struggling to make mortgage payments.

The eviction ban has one New York landlord on the hook for $50,000 in back rent — from a renter who has a job.

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  • From the Cato Institute: “America’s Founders understood clearly that private property is the foundation not only of prosperity but of freedom itself. Thus, through the common law, state law, and the Constitution, they protected property rights — the rights of people to acquire, use, and dispose of property freely. With the growth of modern government, however, those rights have been seriously compromised. Unfortunately, the Supreme Court has yet to develop a principled, much less comprehensive, theory for remedying those violations. That failure has led to the birth of the property rights movement in state after state. It is time now for Congress to step in — to correct the federal government’s own violations and to set out a standard that courts might notice as they adjudicate complaints about state violations.”

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