New York gov. signs September 11th Remembrance Day Law

The new law allows for a brief moment of silence in New York state public schools at the start of the school day each Sept. 11.
0:26 | 09/10/19

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The beginning this year New York schools will be required to observe a moment of silence on September 11. Governor Cuomo signed that new law yesterday. New generation of students weren't alive during the 9/11 terror attacks of while many schools already observed a moment of silence this new law makes the practice mandatory. And that Lott also encourages schools to educate students about the 9/11 terror attacks.

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