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Frosh asks Hogan to Extend Orders to Protect Marylanders from Threat of Eviction

July 28th, 2020 by WCBC Radio

On behalf of the Attorney General’s COVID-19 Access to Justice Task Force, Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh today sent a letter to Governor Larry Hogan requesting the Governor extend and expand his Executive Orders on eviction, debt collection, and utilities.  The Task Force requested the extension to provide Marylanders much needed protection as a result of COVID-19.  Extension of the Executive Orders is critical because the conditions underlying Marylanders’ inability to pay rent and consumer debt remain largely unchanged. 


“Loss of employment and income due to COVID-19 have resulted in mounting debt and the threat of eviction for hundreds of thousands of Marylanders,” said Attorney General Frosh.  “The pandemic continues unabated, and it is critical that Marylanders who are suffering have an opportunity to remain in their homes and keep the lights on.”

2 Responses to “Frosh asks Hogan to Extend Orders to Protect Marylanders from Threat of Eviction”

  1. July 28, 2020 at 11:05 am, Ron said:

    Frosh this,Frosh that,anything to get his name out there. You would think he wants to run for governor.


  2. July 28, 2020 at 2:46 pm, Brian said:

    When the bank foreclosed on this property because the landlord cannot pay their bill these people expect the bank to let them live there without paying some of their rent


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