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If Minnesota emergency order lifts Friday, flood of evictions, foreclosures will likely follow


Jerry Essary of Sauk Centre and his nine-year-old son, Colton.

Kelvin Cannon had a job as a cook when the state of Minnesota ordered restaurants closed to help stop the spread of COVID-19.

That was March.

Since then, Cannon has not been able to find another job and does not qualify for unemployment because he was within the probationary employment period at the restaurant. The 28-year-old Minneapolis man cannot pay his rent and struggles to meet many other living expenses.


Reader Comments

Ozzyrocks writes:

Jerry essary and his son need help badly. no stimulus check No unEmployment because he had to quit a job out of the area to fight for his kid and gain custody. So there's no unemployment coming in no stimulus check surviving off of $623 from welfare yeah foodstamps are great but that doesn'tpay bills when your rentis 750 amonth now the landlordsare selling my house. We've been here five years with nothing toshow andwe paidthem for theirhouse what theypaid already. Help us on Facebook go fund m


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