The Department of Justice has opted not to open a civil rights investigation into New York’s government-run nursing homes and whether they violated residents’ rights with their handling of the Covid-19 pandemic. It gives Gov. Andrew Cuomo one less probe to worry about.
That still leaves … a lot of probes. There’s the federal investigation by the FBI and the U.S. Attorney’s Office into whether the Cuomo administration intentionally covered up data on nursing home deaths. And state Attorney General Tish James’ probe into multiple sexual misconduct allegations against the governor and a host of other matters. And then there’s the Assembly’s impeachment investigation.
Where the Cuomo probes stand — De Blasio urges employers to mandate vaccines — Rent aid fund offers little relief
By ERIN DURKIN , ANNA GRONEWOLD and TÉA KVETENADZE
07/26/2021 07:34 AM EDT The Department of Justice has opted not to open a civil rights investigation into New York’s […]
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