EXCERPT: “Fallout from the coronavirus pandemic is extending to Minnesota’s housing sector, as affordable housing advocates seek emergency rental assistance for low-income workers and a homebuilders’ group postpones the state’s biggest residential construction marketing event. Other community groups are pressuring elected officials in Minnesota to provide everything from assistance to small businesses and emergency shelter to putting a freeze on evictions, foreclosures and utility shutoffs. On the low-income housing front, the Minnesota Housing Partnership and other housing groups want the state to provide $100 million in emergency COVID-19 funds to support low-wage workers at risk of homelessness amid the public health crisis.” FULL STORY: https://fluence-media.co/39umnFK