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They were testing in this wind tunnel, and they were discovering the plane was handling just a little bit differently. But they didn't even have a plane built yet, so this wasn't happening in real flight. This is something you have to fix. And they leaned on a system that they had used once before, in a military tanker. It was designed as a system on the plane to really just smooth out the way the plane handled.


In a statement, the FAA blamed ineffective coordination and said it had not focused on MCAS when it certified the Max because Boeing had not identified MCAS as significant. Congress has ordered the agency to revise the delegation process.


But in explaining its decision not to ground the plane, the FAA said in its statement that the actual risk at the time, considering the number of planes in the air, was as close to zero as their calculations allowed. The agency had given Boeing 150 days to fix MCAS and issued official directives to pilots.


In the third week of July, 1 in 3 adults in Alabama reported they had missed their previous housing payment or had little confidence they would make their next one on time, according to a weekly survey conducted by the Census. In the same survey, 215,128 renters reported they had not paid their previous rental payment. 300, 000 Alabamians received the extra weekly payments of $600 through the CARES Act, which expired on July 25. Now many will see their weekly unemployment checks drop below $300.


In the third week of July, 1 in 5 adults in Alaska reported they had missed their previous housing payment or had little confidence they would make their next one on time, according to a weekly survey conducted by the Census. In the same survey, 29,798 renters reported they had not paid their previous rental payment.


In the third week of July, 1 in 4 adults in Arizona reported they had missed their previous housing payment or had little confidence they would make their next one on time, according to a weekly survey conducted by the Census. In the same survey, over three hundred thousand renters reported they had not paid their previous rental payment.


In the third week of July, 26.7% of adults in Arkansas reported they had missed their previous housing payment or had little confidence they would make their next one on time, according to a weekly survey conducted by the Census. In the same survey, over one hundred thousand renters reported they had not paid their previous rental payment.


In the third week of July, 29.5% of adults in California reported they had missed their previous housing payment or had little confidence they would make their next one on time, according to a weekly survey conducted by the Census. In the same survey, 1,554,278 renters reported they had not paid their previous rental payment.


In the third week of July, one in five adults in Colorado reported they had missed their previous housing payment or had little confidence they would make their next one on time, according to a weekly survey conducted by the Census. In the same survey, 127,974 renters reported they had not paid their previous rental payment.


In the third week of July, one in four adults in Connecticut reported they had missed their previous housing payment or had little confidence they would make their next one on time, according to a weekly survey conducted by the Census. In the same survey, 95,781 renters reported they had not paid their previous rental payment.


In the third week of July, 1 in 5 adults in Delaware reported they had missed their previous housing payment or had little confidence they would make their next one on time, according to a weekly survey conducted by the Census. In the same survey, 33,321 renters reported they had not paid their previous rental payment.


In the third week of July, 31.6% of adults in Florida reported they had missed their previous housing payment or had little confidence they would make their next one on time, according to a weekly survey conducted by the Census. In the same survey, over eight hundred thousand renters reported they had not paid their previous rental payment.


In the third week of July, 28.3% of adults in Georgia reported they had missed their previous housing payment or had little confidence they would make their next one on time, according to a weekly survey conducted by the Census. In the same survey, 465,246 renters reported they had not paid their previous rental payment.


In the third week of July, 22.4% of adults in Hawaii reported they had missed their previous housing payment or had little confidence they would make their next one on time, according to a weekly survey conducted by the Census. In the same survey, 39,330 renters reported they had not paid their previous rental payment.


In the third week of July, 23.5% of adults in Idaho reported they had missed their previous housing payment or had little confidence they would make their next one on time, according to a weekly survey conducted by the Census. In the same survey, 44,583 renters reported they had not paid their previous rental payment.


In the third week of July, 27.9% of adults in Illinois reported they had missed their previous housing payment or had little confidence they would make their next one on time, according to a weekly survey conducted by the Census. In the same survey, 44,583 renters reported they had not paid their previous rental payment.


In the third week of July, 24% of adults in Indiana reported they had missed their previous housing payment or had little confidence they would make their next one on time, according to a weekly survey conducted by the Census. In the same survey, 288,184 renters reported they had not paid their previous rental payment.


In the third week of July, 11.5% of adults in Iowa reported they had missed their previous housing payment or had little confidence they would make their next one on time, according to a weekly survey conducted by the Census. In the same survey, over fifty thousand renters reported they had not paid their previous rental payment.


In the third week of July, one in four adults in Kansas reported they had missed their previous housing payment or had little confidence they would make their next one on time, according to a weekly survey conducted by the Census. In the same survey, over seventy thousand renters reported they had not paid their previous rental payment.


In the third week of July, 29.5% of adults in Kentucky reported they had missed their previous housing payment or had little confidence they would make their next one on time, according to a weekly survey conducted by the Census. In the same survey, 168,555 renters reported they had not paid their previous rental payment.


In the third week of July, 35.5% of adults in Louisiana reported they had missed their previous housing payment or had little confidence they would make their next one on time, according to a weekly survey conducted by the Census. In the same survey, over a quarter of a million renters reported they had not paid their previous rental payment.


In the third week of July, 16.9% of adults in Maine reported they had missed their previous housing payment or had little confidence they would make their next one on time, according to a weekly survey conducted by the Census. In the same survey, 24,699 renters reported they had not paid their previous rental payment.


Approximately 356,000 Maryland households are predicted to be at risk of eviction by the end of September. In the third week of July, 26% of adults in Maryland reported they had missed their previous housing payment or had little confidence they would make their next one on time, according to a weekly survey conducted by the Census. In the same survey, over a quarter of a million renters reported they had not paid their previous rental payment.


In the third week of July, 17.1% of adults in Massachusetts reported they had missed their previous housing payment or had little confidence they would make their next one on time, according to a weekly survey conducted by the Census. In the same survey, 190,339 renters reported they had not paid their previous rental payment.


The agency responsible for administering $622 million in federal rental aid for struggling Michigan landlords and tenants said GOP lawmakers' plan to initially dole out only a quarter of the funds would make it harder for nonprofits to hire more staff and help people in need. "Having only 25% of the funds allocated initially will make it much more difficult for nonprofits to hire staff so that the programs can effectively serve renters and landlords," said Katie Bach, communications director for the Michigan State Housing Development Authority. The Mecosta/Osceola Mid Michigan Community Action helps individuals and families who are homeless find stable housing and provide case management services for individuals experiencing homelessness, those that owe back rent, and people at risk for eviction.


In the third week of July, 21.4% of adults in Michigan reported they had missed their previous housing payment or had little confidence they would make their next one on time, according to a weekly survey conducted by the Census. In the same survey, over two hundred thousand renters reported they had not paid their previous rental payment.


In the third week of July, 18.5% of adults in Minnesota reported they had missed their previous housing payment or had little confidence they would make their next one on time, according to a weekly survey conducted by the Census. In the same survey, 98,286 renters reported they had not paid their previous rental payment.


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