Dealing a blow to a rock concert promoter, a federal appeals court has rejected a constitutional challenge to New York state’s Mass Gathering Law.

The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has reversed a lower court judge who had found that portions of the law and the New York Sanitary Code used by Suffolk County officials to block a proposed concert in Riverhead in 2003 were facially unconstitutional.

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