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LIA, RXR, Urban League officials answer coronavirus questions

Join Theresa Sanders, President of the Urban League of Long Island, and Scott Rechler, Chairman & CEO of RXR Realty, as they discuss what it will take to restart the local economy, potential business strategies in place to preserve public health and more related to coronavirus. LIA president and CEO Kevin Law will open with a federal and state update. Moderated by Newsday reporter James Madore.

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