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MORE ACCESS – The New York State court system is restoring the filing of new nonessential lawsuits for New York City and downstate counties starting Monday. Ryan Tarinelli reports that for the state court system, the move is the most significant step forward in expanding court access since all nonessential services were postponed in March.

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