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Statement from Assemblymember Reilly following a State Supreme Court Justice’s ruling against ‘vaccinate to work’ mandates for New York City Police Officers

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
September 23, 2022

The following statement is from Assemblyman Michael Reilly (R-Staten Island) following a State Supreme Court Justice’s ruling against the city’s ‘vaccinate to work’ policy for New York City Police Officers:

“As one of the first state elected officials who came out against this ridiculous policy and others like it, I am pleased to see that this has finally been settled in court. Justice Frank’s ruling confirms that this policy improperly infringed on the rights of our police officers, and I am eager to see the impact that this has on similar mandates affecting other city employees.

I implore Mayor Adams to accept and adhere to the court’s ruling, and to take action that begins the process of reinstating all those city employees who were improperly terminated.”

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