On this edition of Today’s Verdict, we speak with Michael Sussman, a civil rights attorney about the lawsuit to end the city’s outdoor dining program due to complaints ranging from excessive noise, traffic and sidewalk congestion, garbage and uncontrolled rodent populations. Then, attorney Bobbie Anne Cox explains to us the victory lawsuit against Governor Hochul and the New York Health Department. Lastly, Senator Elijah Reichlin-Melnick talks about Alyssa’s Law which would require schools to consider silent panic alarm systems as part of safety plans. Host: David Lesch | Producer: Yesenia Ramos | Editor: Luis Rebolledo | Guest(s): Michael Sussman, Civil Rights Attorney; Bobbie Anne Cox, Attorney; Elijah Reichlin-Melnick, NYS Senator, 38th District.


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