Listen: Rockland County, Jake And Andy Byford discussed on Q
"People who don't comply can be fined two thousand dollars per day at least one hundred and eighty people in Rockland county of Coppa measles since October the county's earlier van on all unvaccinated children from public indoor places was temporarily struck down by a judge the NYPD has more than doubled the number of fair of vision summonses it's handed out so far this year. But it is not yet released demographic information about who police officers are stopping Jake often arts has been reporting on the story for our partner site, Gotha. Missed he says the most recent breakdown was from twenty eighteen so far when that data has been shared. It's shown that like ninety percent of people arrested for fair vision are people of color so far this year. Police say more than twenty one thousand people have been issued some tips for fair beating those carry a one hundred dollar fine and do not require. Criminal court appearance. The initiative for the crackdown came from New York City transit president Andy Byford who says the fence cost the MTA millions of dollars a year. For the rest of tonight here in our area about a thirty percent chance of light rain, cloudy skies overnight. We'll see a low this evening of about forty six degrees.."