The Supreme Court ended the federal eviction moratorium last week, saying the administration would need an approval from the Congress to extend the moratorium. To make things harder for people, the unemployment benefits are ending as well. After this weekend, almost 9 million Americans will lose benefits entirely and approximately another 3 million will see their checks cut by $300 a week. Eric Dunn, director of litigation at National Housing Law Project, and Andrew Stettner, senior fellow at The Century Foundation, joined Cheddar Politics to discuss more.