AOC and Ayanna Pressley support the bill, which gives the federal government the power to implement its own eviction moratorium.
After the Supreme Court struck down Biden's eviction ban, House Democrats said Congress needed to urgently act to protect renters amid Delta surge.
Rep. Cori Bush, who led a 5-day sit-in on the Capitol steps, also ripped into the court's "partisan" decision.
Just three weeks after Biden issued a 60-day ban on evictions covering most of the US, the Supreme Court voted to overturn it.
In the month after Biden first extended the eviction ban at the end of June, states only dispersed 5% more of the money. They have two months left.
The US eviction moratorium now lasts through Oct. 3. It "ties the hands of hardworking landlords like me," says Julio Gonzalez.
US District Judge Dabney Friedrich, the same judge who ruled the prior eviction ban illegal, said her "hands are tied" by a Supreme Court ruling.
The groups argued the Biden administration issued the eviction moratorium for "nakedly political reasons" after a wave of Democratic pressure.
Casey Mulligan, an economic official in the Trump administration, told the Washington Post that the new order could disincentivize building more.
Around 40 activists protested outside Nancy Pelosi's San Francisco home and called on her to push for an extension to the federal eviction moratorium.
"I saw police cars outside of my neighbor's house because they were getting evicted. My knees started shaking so badly I had to sit down."
"We must protect the vulnerable and do everything in our power to prevent a mass eviction crisis," Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said.
A ban on foreclosures is ending at the same time as that on evictions, but the White House rolled out new refinancing measures and other initiatives.
Treasury calls for "all hands on deck" to help get money to renters who could be evicted this month. Just 350,000 households got help by May.
This is the third time the CDC order has been extended since it first went into effect in September.
Around 7 million people are still behind on their rent, according to data compiled by the Census Bureau.
Derrick Henderson tried to move out of nonprofit housing for the homeless and lost all of his financial aid. He blames the federal HUD voucher system.
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