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Lawyer Jeffrey Buss predicts increased litigation from Covid-19

Buss said that Covid-19 has put a focus on often-overlooked pandemic and public health law.

Third Westchester liquor license suspension for Covid-19 violations

The state has suspended another liquor license held by a Westchester County business after regulations to help combat the spread of Covid-19 were being...

Absentee ballots, police accountability on agenda for CT special session

In addition, Lamont’s emergency powers and the executive orders he issued under those powers during the COVID-19 crisis are scheduled to expire on Sept. 9, meaning that the General Assembly must decide on the absentee ballot and extension of telehealth coverage questions by then.

Travel enforcement operation set up at Westchester County Airport

All travelers coming into New York from certain states impacted by COVID-19 have to go into 14 days of self-quarantine.

Hudson Valley ready for phase 3 reopening; Cuomo decries federal handling...

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo today said that the Hudson Valley Region is on track to enter the third phase of the four-phase reopening plan on June 23.

Westchester building owners challenge Cuomo order on tenant evictions

Three entities that own residential rental properties in Westchester have filed suit in U.S. District Court in White Plains seeking to nullify provisions of...

Gov. Lamont signs executive orders on health care costs

The governor said that similar initiatives in Massachusetts have saved health care consumers more than $5 billion since 2013.

CT Gov. Lamont signs executive order to speed up climate...

"Climate change is an urgent, existential threat that must be tackled immediately," said Lamont.

Gov. Malloy signs executive order implementing State Water Plan

In signing his executive order, Gov. Malloy stated that his action ensures "that we waste no time safeguarding our clean water supply."

Gov. Dannel Malloy signs executive order to keep state running

Malloy said that such areas as economic development, transportation, and aid for municipalities “will see deep cuts if we do not pass a new budget in the very near future.”