SACRAMENTO, Calif. (CBS13/AP) — California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a law on Friday that extends eviction protections through the end of June.

Newsom signed a law in 2020 that banned evictions for unpaid rent for tenants who paid at least 25% of their rent owed after Sept. 1. That law was set to expire on Monday, but the law Newsom signed on Thursday extends those protections through June 30.

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Tenants who qualify for the protections will still owe their rent, they just can’t be evicted for not paying all of it.

The law would use federal stimulus dollars to pay off 80% of some tenants’ unpaid rent, but only if landlords agree to forgive the remaining 20%. If landlords refuse the deal, the law would pay off 25% of tenants’ unpaid rent to make sure they qualify for eviction protections.

People who earn more than 80% of the area median income are not eligible for the money.

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More from CBS Sacramento:

Some housing advocacy groups worry the law gives too much power to landlords. During a virtual bill signing ceremony on Friday, Newsom, Senate President Pro Tempore Toni Atkins and Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon all pledged to pass a law offering more assistance later this year.

“We’re not done,” Newsom said. “None of us are naive that we have a lot more work to do.”

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