New York Gov. (D) on Wednesday finally began providing an on-screen American Sign Language (ASL) interpreter at his widely watched daily press briefings, two weeks after deaf New Yorkers 

Filed on April 29 by four deaf New Yorkers and the group Disability Rights New York,  said Cuomo was the only U.S. governor holding daily coronavirus briefings without a visible, real-time ASL interpreter on-screen — known as “televised in frame ASL

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