Attorneys in New York have formed an emergency task force to study a recent spate of anti-Semitic attacks and develop policy recommendations for Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the state Legislature to consider in the coming months.
The New York State Bar Association convened the panel Monday after the recent attack in Monsey, where five people were stabbed in a rabbi’s home while celebrating Hanukkah. That’s just one of at least 14 reported attacks in New York over the past month that have been labeled as anti-Semitic.
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