Time is running out to make a gift to Marketplace and help us meet our $100,000 fall fundraiser goal by midnight tomorrow.
A new federal directive to keep renters in their homes
Share Now on:
The White House has moved to stop property owners from evicting some tenants amid the pandemic. Plus, COVID-19 liability waivers for students returning to campus. And, all the time and money people are saving by not commuting.
Segments From this episode
After the moratorium lifts on Dec. 31, tenants have to pay all the rent that's due.
Those waivers could mean schools don't have to spend as much on precautions, like new heating and ventilation systems.
Now, will companies have an incentive to encourage telecommuting once the pandemic ends?