Assembly Republicans Call For Meeting of Domestic Terrorism Task Force

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Republicans in the New York State Assembly want Governor Hochul and state leaders to convene a meeting of the state's domestic terrorism task force.

The request comes following Saturday's violence in Buffalo and last month's shooting in the New York City subway system that left several people hurt. The panel was created in 2020 as part of that year's state budget and is made up of the State Police superintendent, the Commissioner of the Division of Criminal Justice Services and people appointed by the governor and Legislature. The group is required to meet at least four times a year but has never gathered.

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