All Together Now!: Cea Weaver
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Aileen Javier from WOOC speaks with Cea Weaver the Campaign Coordinator for Housing Justice for All sat down with HMM on January 16th to discuss the ending of the eviction moratorium and what tenants can do now. "The most important thing for tenants to know is that your landlord cannot force you out of your home; only a judge can process an eviction" - Cea Weaver. For more information about Housing Justice for all visit their website at: housingjusticeforall.org. Cea also spoke about the Good Cause Eviction Bill and why it is important that this bill passes its legislation. For more information about the Good Cause Eviction please visit: NY State Senate Bill S3082 (nysenate.gov).
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