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Federal relief funds remain unspent with eviction moratorium set to end this week

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Congress allocated $46 billion to help renters in need, but some people say they haven’t received any money. NBC News requested data from all 50 states, and of the 41 that responded, 26 states distributed less than 10 percent of the rent assistance money from their first federal allocation.