Sunday, June 14, 2020

Governor Cuomo Signs Legislation Affirming the Right to Record Law Enforcement Activity and Other Items

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo  signed legislation (S.3253-A/A.1360) - the 'New Yorker's Right to Monitor Act' - affirming the right of an individual to record law enforcement activity and to maintain custody of that recording and any instruments used to make the recording. 

"Transparency is critical to renewing the community's trust and confidence in our policing systems," Governor Cuomo said. "Stopping police abuse vindicates the overwhelming majority - 99.9 percent - of police who are there to do the right thing, and by making clear that all New Yorkers have the right to record and keep recordings of police activity we can help restore trust in the police-community relationship." 

State is Extending Special Enrollment in the Health Plan Marketplace for an Additional 30 Days Through July 15, 2020

Reminds Bars and Restaurants that Violations of Reopening Rules and Guidelines Can Result in Loss of Liquor License

Governor Signs Legislation Requiring the State Department of Health to Conduct a Study on the Health Impacts of COVID-19 on Minorities in New York State

Announces Lowest Number of Hospitalizations and Deaths Since Pandemic Began

Only 1.1 Percent of Yesterday's COVID Tests Were Positive

Confirms 694 Additional Coronavirus Cases in New York State - Bringing Statewide Total to 383,324; New Cases in 41 Counties

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced low-risk youth sports for regions in phase three of reopening can begin on July 6th with up to two spectators allowed per child. 

Governor Cuomo also announced the state is extending the special open enrollment period in the New York State of Health Health Plan Marketplace for an additional 30 days through July 15, 2020. 

The Governor also reminded bars and restaurants that any violations of reopening rules and guidelines can result in the loss of that establishment's liquor license. Additionally, individuals can be fined for open container and social distancing violations. The Governor also reminded local governments to enforce all reopening rules and guidelines and that any failure to enforce these rules can result in the closure of businesses.

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