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"Brunch-goers in New York would be able to purchase alcoholic drinks at restaurants and bars beginning at 10 a.m. on Sundays under a compromise worked out by Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo and top lawmakers. Earlier Tuesday Cuomo and lawmakers announced a deal on a plan to combat heroin addiction that will expand insurance coverage for rehabilitation, boost treatment programs and limit many opioid prescriptions to seven days to address a dramatic increase in overdoses. New York state may limit opioid prescriptions for acute pain to seven days as part of a broader effort to combat a staggering rise in addiction and overdose deaths.", www.sfchronicle.com
"Rounding out the list are tighter rules on spending by independent political groups, safer rail crossings and changes to state liquor laws — including the so-called 'brunch bill' which would allow restaurants and bars to serve alcohol before noon on Sundays.", www.seattlepi.com
"ALBANY — Gov. Cuomo on Monday asked the Legislature to focus on six priorities in the final days of its session — and extending mayoral control of New York City’s public schools was not one of them. In a letter to lawmakers, the governor listed his top issues as ethics reforms, a measure to combat the opioid epidemic, increased treatments for breast cancer, tighter regulations of super PACs, safer rail crossings and even a relaxation of blue laws that limit liquor sales to after noon on Sundays. There was no mention of mayoral control of schools, even though Cuomo has claimed to support Mayor de Blasio’s call for a three-year extension. State Sen. Majority Leader John Flanagan announced last week that he won’t approve anything beyond a one-year extension — and only with a special state monitor to oversee the city system. That would force de Blasio to return to Albany again next year — in the middle of his re-election", nypost.com
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