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By Spotlight PA Staff

Thousands of Pennsylvanians may soon risk losing their homes as a federal eviction ban lifts on July 31 and counties across the state remain backlogged with applications for rental assistance. These are difficult systems to manage, not least because each county has its own provisions and resources.

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