Nassau legislator proposes fines for PPE littering

Nassau County Legislator Josh Lafazan

In this interview with Hofstra University’s Newsline, Nassau County Legislator Josh Lafazan, an independent from the North Shore, discusses his proposal to impose fines as a way of preventing people from littering used personal protective equipment during the coronavirus pandemic. Legislator Lafazan speaks with WRHU news reporter Jason Siegel on how fines will be processed.

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