Anita Hassan2h ago / 10:31 PM UTCUnlike more than 30 other states, Colorado does not have a statewide moratorium on evictions during the coronavirus outbreak. That’s left many tenants fearing they could soon be without homes. Kendra Tallant, 41, was furloughed from her job at a resort where she took reservations, and now she’s struggling to pay rent on the Colorado Springs apartment she shares with her fiancé and 23-year-old son, who are also out of work. She tried to negotiate with her landlord, but the company hit her with nearly $300 in late fees and began taking steps toward eviction.“I was just flabbergasted,” Tallant said. “We were forced to not work by no fault of our own. These places are just not working with us, and we’re having to choose between whether we can eat or pay rent.”Read the full story here. Doha Madani2h ago / 10:35 PM UTCOhio man who disparaged lockdown measures on Facebook dies of coronavirusSocial media posts of an Ohio man who disparaged coronavirus lockdown measures are now circulating online after he died of COVID-19, the disease associated with coronavirus.Screenshots of Facebook posts have surfaced online just days after John W. McDaniel, 60, died of coronavirus on April 15. One screenshot


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