Nightside with Dan Rea - Rundown for July 16, 2020

Reopening The Case. In the wake of the death of George Floyd, there has been increased calls to reanalyze various cases of injustice, such as the D.J. Henry case out of NY. Various celebrities sent a letter to Attorney General Barr to “reopen the case and probe the wrongful death of Danroy ‘D.J.’ Henry.” Henry was a 20-year-old Pace University student who was shot and killed by a police officer back in 2010, while he was inside his own vehicle. Here to discuss the push to reopen the D.J. Henry case, is his father, Danroy Henry Sr.

Paying The Price. With the expectation that a second wave of COVID-19 will be coming soon, lawmakers are pushing for fines for those who refuse to wear masks and break quarantine. This comes in an effort to try and prevent a second surge from happening. Rep. Jon Santiago filed a bill laying out a 5-point strategy for how to stop the further spread and he joins Dan tonight to discuss this bill. Part of the strategy includes fines upwards of $1,000 for those who break quarantine and $100 for those who refuse to wear a mask. Does it make a difference to you if this bill gets passed?

Preparing Lessons And Preparing Wills. As we inch closer to the Fall school semester, teachers are increasingly becoming worried about in-person learning. They are fearing for the worst and are worried for not only their health but the health of their students. With that, many teachers say they are updating their wills, and some are even looking into supplementary life insurance. Do you think in-person classes this Fall is a good idea? Does it put our teachers and students in danger?

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