Monday Minute

Upcoming legislative activity important to real estate.

Monday Minute: Week of June 8, 2020

Both the House and the Senate are in session this week. What issues should REALTORS® follow? Oversight of Housing Regulators (NAR submitting questions); COVID-19/Unemployment Insurance; CARES Act Title I Implementation; Renter Issues/Evictions During COVID-19.

Hearing/Markup Schedule*

Tuesday, June 9

Oversight of Housing Regulators – Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee

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Unemployment Insurance During COVID-19: The CARES Act and the Role of Unemployment Insurance During the Pandemic – Senate Finance Committee

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Wednesday June 10

Implementation of Title I of the CARES Act – Senate Small Business and Entrepreneurship Committee

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The Rent Is Still Due: America's Renters, COVID-19 and an Unprecedented Eviction Crisis – House Financial Services | Subcommittee on Housing, Community Development and Insurance

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* Schedule is subject to change.

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