North Carolina has had an eviction moratorium since last fall. Gov. Roy Cooper issued it by executive order and it runs through the end of June. The moratorium protects some tenants who cannot afford to pay the rent because of the pandemic. On the other end of those postponed rent payments are landlords. WFAE's "Morning Edition" co-host Marshall Terry talks to experts from both sides in the latest Rebuilding Charlotte.
Nearly one in three Americans have a criminal record according to the Justice Department. Having a conviction can make it challenging to find housing. The…