More than 90 NY bars and restaurants free from Covid-19 curfew again

State Supreme Court justice on Saturday ruled in favor of a group of more than 90 Western New York bars and restaurants seeking to stay open past the state's 11 p.m. curfew, continuing a protracted legal ping-pong match between the businesses and state government.


The restaurants had previously escaped the curfew under a temporary restraining order granted Feb. 5. That restraining order was later vacated, however.


This ruling, which had been expected early next week, allows the petitioning restaurants to stay open past 11 p.m. again.


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