State lawmakers passed a flurry of bills as they wrapped up the annual legislative session in Albany, greenlighting measures that would add new judicial seats and curb court officials’ ability to force out older state judges. Those measures were part of a swirl of end-of-session legislative activity at the Capitol, which has been closed to the public due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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