A 30-month legal fight to conceal e-mails about a 95-day schools chancellor

From the New York Times:  If you have lost three consecutive times in court on the same legal fight, with not a single judge giving you the time of day, and one of them saying that your main argument is “particularly specious,” what would you do?

If you’re the City of New York, it’s simple: file another brief with another court. And lose yet again.


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