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On this week's edition of New York NOW: New York Attorney General Letitia James files a lawsuit seeking to dissolve the National Rifle Association. We'll have details with Jon Campbell from the USA Today Network.
Sen. Luis Sepulveda, D-Bronx, joins us to discuss the handling of COVID-19 in the state's prison system, and legislation he sponsored to limit legal protections for health care facilities.
SUNY campuses and universities are bringing students back to campus this month. Fred Kowal from United University Professions says more needs to be done to protect students and staff from the virus.
Eddie Taveras, New York immigration director at FWD.US, speaks with us about the immigrant experience during COVID-19, and the status of the census count.
But students and staff will have a very different experience at schools this year, with new precautions in place to prevent the disease from spreading.
In a call with reporters, Cuomo again pushed for Congress and the White House to come to an agreement on legislation that would provide direct aid to state governments.