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“[Medical debt] really does impact everyone on some level. It doesn’t impact folks equally,” said Berneta Haynes, senior attorney for National Consumer Law Center.

Two organizations say financial institutions need stronger oversight to invest in minority and low-to-moderate income communities.

House keys sitting on an eviction notice received in the mail.

Although courts were shut down due to the pandemic and limited federal and state protections were available to tenants facing eviction, new failure to pay rent evictions continue to be filed.

By Brooks DuBose Jailing a person for an unpaid debt has been illegal for almost two centuries in the United States. But in Maryland,…