The Department of Justice (DOJ) appealed the judge’s decision, According to a notice filed Saturday night, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) temporarily banned eviction orders during the coronavirus pandemic as unconstitutional.
The Associated Press reported that prosecutors are appealing the ruling of J. Campbell Baker of the U.S. District Court.Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.
Baker ruled last week that the CDC had exceeded its authority by issuing an expulsion order.
Barker wrote in the decision: “Although the COVID-1
“The federal government cannot say that it has never exercised power over interstate commerce to implement residential eviction orders,” said Buck, nominated by the former president. President TrumpDonald Trump Noem touted South Dakota’s coronavirus response and blocked the CPAC speech “walk”: Cuomo and Newsom-two embarrassed Governor McCarthy’s Story: “I bet my house” Republicans retake the House of Commons in 2022, Add to. “It did not do this during the deadly Spanish flu pandemic. It did not invoke this power during the Great Depression. Until last year, the federal government did not claim this power at any time in our country’s history.”
In September last year, the Trump administration issued a comprehensive deportation moratorium, making it illegal to deport couples with annual incomes of less than US$99,000 or couples with expected annual incomes of less than US$198,000. The Biden administration extended the ban from February to June.
Acting Attorney General Brian Boynton (Brian Boynton) said in a statement: “The CDC’s deportation moratorium, which Congress extended in December last year, protects many people who are unable to pay monthly due to unemployment or medical expenses. Tenants who pay rent.” “By preventing people from becoming homeless or having to move into more crowded houses, the moratorium can help slow the spread of COVID-19.”