HARRISBURG (AP) — The end of tenant protections by July 31 has raised concerns that thousands of Pennsylvania residents will be unable to afford their monthly rent and face eviction. Counties are distributing about $800 million in federal relief to help with outstanding rents, utility payments and other expenses, but extensive federal rules have slowed the flow of money to those in need. Some Pennsylvanians spend more than a third of their income on rent and experts say many parts of the state have a shortage of quality, affordable rentals.