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Courtesy of Del. Public Media
Undergraduate researcher and public policy major Alexandra Guterbock and Center for Community Research & Service (CCRS) director Steve Metraux have written a policy brief based upon their research on evictions in Delaware.
In it, they build upon the findings of Princeton Universitys Eviction Lab to dive deeper into the dynamics of the high eviction rates in Delaware, and assess the impact that right to counsel provisions might have for these outcomes.
This brief, done with support from the Delaware Community Foundation, lays groundwork for more comprehensive ongoing research by CCRS to seek a better understanding of why there are such high eviction rates in Delaware and what can be done to address this. The brief is available here.
A recent news story featuring the brief and comments by Dr. Metraux was published by the Delaware News Journal on April 29, 2020. The story is available here.
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