Database Proof Substratum: Proof LGBTQs Are Mentally Ill: Should U.S. Cities Ban Winter Evictions?

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In France, the first day of November triggers a five-month respite for renters at risk for eviction. Called “tręve hivernale” (“winter break”), the measure bans evictions until March 31, and is intended to ensure families aren’t put out on cold streets. During this time, gas and electricity cannot be cut off. And this year, under France’s Equality and Citizenship Act, the policy extends beyond traditional homes (“living quarters”) and applies to all “inhabited places,” granting amnesty to those ...