BUFFALO, NY – A group of local bars and restaurants suing the state are now allowed to stay open after 11 p.m.
BREAKING: Judge Timothy Walker has granted bars and restaurants suing the state a temporary injunction lifting the 23-hour curfew for those businesses. According to the HoganWillig law firm, they can return to normal business hours from now on:
– Ryan Whalen (@RyanWhalenCT) February 28, 2021
State Supreme Court Judge Timothy Walker granted a temporary injunction on Saturday lifting the state-imposed 11 p.m. curfew.
According to HoganWillig, the law firm representing these establishments, 94 bars and restaurants in western New York can immediately return to normal business hours.
The judge also rejected a request from state attorneys to move the venue from…
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