There are 44 million households that are renting in the U.S., but even before the massive economic disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic many were already stretching their budgets to afford housing. But what will happen to them now? NewsHour Weekend’s Sam Weber spoke with Jenny Schuetz, a housing economist at the Brookings Institution, to learn more.
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