A civil liberties legal interest group is asking a federal judge in Georgia to block the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s order halting evictions to prevent the spread of COVID-19, saying that property owners are having their constitutional rights violated—and being left with the tab for the coronavirus pandemic.

Lawyers argued the point in a Zoom hearing Tuesday morning before Northern District of Georgia Judge J.P. Boulee.

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