Jennifer Clark, center, speaks with mediator Joy Marshall, right, of Community Mediation Services of Central Ohio, while waiting for her case to be called during eviction court hearings on Tuesday, February 7, 2017 at the Franklin County Municipal Courthouse in Columbus, Ohio. Clark, 36, has a one-month-old daughter and makes $9-an-hour with no paid leave at a downtown Columbus hotel. She fell behind on her rent after going weeks without pay after giving birth. She thought she had a better job a few years ago at a distribution center, but found that her hours would be suddenly cut short. “Some shifts, it would just be three hours,” she said. “We’d just sit there in the cafeteria waiting for a bus. I couldn’t do it anymore." Franklin County’s eviction court is the state’s busiest, with about 19,000 filings a year. Today, Clark's landlord didn't want to work out a payment plan for back rent, but Marshall was able to negotiate a dismissal of the eviction after Clark agreed to move out by a set date. She and her children, 13-year-old twin girls, a 15-year-old son and a newborn daughter, plan to move in with a family member.