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            A.M. Roundup: Gianaris asks Cuomo to cancel rent for those impacted by COVID-19

            Good morning. In non-coronavirus news, New Yorkers hoping to vote for Bernie Sanders got a disappointing update from the senator’s campaign yesterday. Sanders announced he’s will be canceled. (AP/C&S)

            Nevertheless, New Yorkers will have the opportunity to for the June 23 primaries. (TU)

            Here’s your roundup:

            The rate of hospitalizations and new infections of COVID-19 is flattening, but Gov. Andrew Cuomo doesn’t want New Yorkers to stop their social distancing efforts — “if anything, we double down now on our vigilance.” (TU)

            Richard Brodsky, a former Westchester County assemblyman, died Wednesday morning after presumably contracting the coronavirus. (TU)

            Data released by the state showed that deaths caused by coronavirus in New York are disproportionately impacting black and Hispanic people. (TU)

            Churchill: The poor are suffering, both physically and economically, the most as a result of the virus. (TU)

            The Paycheck Protection Program, which has served as a primary relief tool for small businesses, has been swamped with applications and the Trump administrations says the program needs more money. (TU)

            Consumer confidence in the economy experienced the largest drop since the housing crash of the Great Recession. (TU)

            New Yorkers trying to get through to the state Department of Labor have been getting disconnected due to high call volumes. (TU)

            The economic fallout of the coronavirus has put financial pressure on New Yorkers and State Sen. Michael Gianaris is . (DN)

            The state has already put a measure in place to for people, but some wanting to make use of it have been left disappointed and confused. (Politico)

            CapCon’s A.M. Roundup is compiled by Ben Mehic, Ben.Mehic@体彩app官方网站timesunion.com

            Have a state-related news tip for the Times Union’s Capitol Bureau? Please contact Brendan J. Lyons, State Editor, at 518-454-5547 or Blyons@体彩app官方网站.

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            Ben Mehic