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New York’s revised mask rules pose challenges

Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s announcement Monday that the state’s mask mandate was being revised in accordance with federal recommendations was widely embraced, but still left many questions and confusion.

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Chili man accused of fraud

A Chili man is facing federal charges for allegedly fraudulently obtaining loans through a federal program created to help businesses survive the COVID-19 pandemic. Michael Rech is accused of wire fraud and money laundering for applying for and obtaining three ...

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Inmates denied compassionate release

A federal judge has denied requests from three prison inmates seeking compassionate release because of fears of contracting COVID-19. U.S District Court Judge David G. Larimer released decisions in three cases, denying the motions from Alfredo Maldonado, Jessie McIntyre and ...

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COVID doesn’t change hiring process

Employers can’t let COVID-19 concerns enter the equation when making hiring decisions. Even though the pandemic has imposed a “new normal,” on most aspects of everyday life, nothing has changed when it comes to labor and employment law. Some companies ...

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