It turns out if you rent the place where you live you’re going to have to pay to stay there. The United States Supreme Court said so yesterday, issuing a decision ordering an immediate end to a moratorium on delinquent renter evictions first imposed by the Biden administration at the start of the pandemic more than a year ago, then extended on order of the Centers For Disease Control just a few weeks ago. Land lords and trade groups organized to successfully oppose the moratorium. High court justices ruled 6 to 3 that allowing home renters to avoid eviction for non payment of their rent is unconstitutional. There are many large corporations involved in the home rental business but in this area many land lords are just small business people who have bills to pay of their own. They’ve been prohibited in most cases from evicting delinquent renters for more than a year. The Biden administration which has been successful in fighting most of the court challenges that have been filed as the result of their pandemic-related mandates, aren’t likely to give up authority the Supreme Court says they didn’t have in this case quietly. That’s the way I see it.