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Will persist through Saturday you're listening to NPR news from Washington and this is WNYC in New York good morning I'm John Carlson there are still no confirmed cases of coronavirus in New York but officials are urging caution following guidance from the centers for disease control and prevention the agency says it's only a matter of time before the virus spreads to the U. S. or in the U. S. rather governor Andrew Cuomo says the state will be meeting with local health officials and hospitals to coordinate resources and make sure everyone is following best practices from a public point of view I want to keep the perspective right yes we're preparing but this situation is not a situation that should cause undue fear Cuomo is requesting an additional forty million dollars in emergency funding from the state legislature he's also asking the federal government to allow the state to conduct its own coronavirus testing millions of dollars in law enforcement funding for New York New Jersey and Connecticut may be at risk as the trump administration punishes so called sanctuary states that won't cooperate with its immigration policies WNYC's Matt Katz reports in twenty seventeen the trump administration announced that local governments refusing to work with federal immigration authorities would lose their share of two hundred and fifty million dollars in criminal justice grants the affected states in New York City sued and won now a Manhattan federal appeals court has overturned the lower court's ruling and decided the feds are allowed to withhold the funding but other courts have ruled otherwise so the Supreme Court may ultimately weigh in on the matter New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir gray wall says the grant process is being weaponized to carry out the white house's anti immigrant agenda we don't.