The White House hosted a second virtual eviction prevention convening on July 21 to help municipalities quickly deliver rental assistance and develop community-specific eviction-prevention plans. The convening highlighted best practices and actions taken by cities since the first White House Eviction Prevention Summit on June 30, which featured a public plenary with key administration officials and a series of breakout sessions with teams from nearly 50 cities to develop eviction prevention action plans for their local areas (see Memo, 7/6).
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