Program for January 21, 2021 - Part Two of Series 

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Part Two of a series about renter-landlord distress due to the economic impact of the pandemic. The series looks into the CDC eviction moratorium which directs landlords not to put people out in the street for nonpayment of rent and into living situations where they can catch and spread the coronavirus. In this episode, we hear from: Ginny Ramsey, Catholic Action Center; Art Crosby, Fair Housing Council; Tyler Scott, Chief of Staff in the Office of Lexington Mayor Linda Gorton; Lexington Social Services Commissioner Chris Ford; Karen Atkins, Kentucky River Foothills Development Council; Lexington Human Rights Commissioner Ray Sexton. UPDATE: President Biden has called for an extension of the eviction moratorium to at least March 31st. 

Interviews in order of appearance: 

Ginny Ramsey - Catholic Action Center 

Art Crosby - Lexington Fair Housing Council 

Tyler Scott - Chief of Staff, Office of Lexington Mayor Linda Gorton 

Chris Ford - Lexington Social Services Commissioner 

Karen Atkins - Kentucky River Foothills Development Council 

Ray Sexton - Lexington Human Rights Commission

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