With her calls for Gov. Charlie Baker to extend the moratorium on evictions having gone unanswered, Attorney General Maura Healey has turned her focus to making sure supports for tenants and landlords are put in place as quickly as possible, and she's worried some services may be months away.

Healey's office, however, along with housing advocates, is worried that some of those supports, including legal counsel and mediation services, are not in place as Housing Courts begin to hear eviction cases. "The state's focus must now be centered around getting the funding and assistance our landlords need to stay afloat and to help tenants stay in their homes.

The Executive Office of Housing and Economic Development could not immediately be reached on the progress or timeline for implementing the reforms flagged by Healey.

The Executive Office of Housing and Economic Development could not immediately be reached on the progress or timeline for implementing the reforms flagged by Healey.

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