Feb. 29, 2016: Gregory G. Little, William E. Reynolds, Sen. Carlucci, Lauren Shields, Dean Norton, Dr. Howard Freed
February 29, 2016
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Plaintiffs in the Small Cities Schools case are seeking a court order for the state to pay $1.1 billon to eight school districts. We will hear more from co-counsels for the plaintiffs Gregory G. Little of White & Case LLP and William E. Reynolds of Nixon Peabody LLP.
Sen. Carlucci (D – New City) and teen advocate Lauren Shields discuss renewing measures that make it easier to become an organ donor.
It’s the Taste of New York lobby day. Dean Norton, President of the New York Farm Bureau, will drop by the hut to discuss farmers’ priorities for the coming year.
A former head of the Center for Environmental Health (CEH) is not shocked the agency originally declared that PFOA in Hoosick Falls’ water did “not constitute an immediate health hazard.” Dr. Howard Freed, who was in charge of CEH-a branch of the Department of Health-for four years, will discuss his experience with CEH’s responses to potential toxins in water supplies.