The $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan, passed earlier this month, allocated more than $21 billion for renters’ assistance and carved out millions to address homelessness. Yet at the time the bill was passed, experts say almost none of the $25 billion previously approved by Congress in December had yet made its way to renters and landlords most desperately in need.
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