Washington’s payment moratorium and its so-called “bridge proclamation” —a order that replaced the state’s moratorium on expiration — both expire Sept. 30, bringing an end to two protections from the pandemic to offset the financial burdens imposed by COVID-19.
Here’s what Washington residents need to know before the end of the month.
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