Starting July 1st, landlords can once again push forward evictions in the state, ending a 10-month hold in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. A mixed array of emotions from both sides as Gov. Roy Cooper disagrees with the decision handed down by the GOP members of the Council of State.      


The moratorium on evictions was scheduled to expire this week, leaving thousands of North Carolinians afraid for what was about to come. As a safety net for many people throughout the pandemic, the President's executive order has kept people off the streets, but sadly, that could change without a series of changes in the next couple months.