NYC has ‘more to do’ to fight crime after changes in bail reform, says Mayor Adams
New York Mayor Eric Adams pictured Jan. 3, 2022. - Timothy A. Clary/Getty Images North America/TNS

NEW YORK — More can be done to crack down on crime in the city, even after Albany scaled back controversial bail reforms, New York City Mayor Eric Adams said in an interview broadcast Sunday. Adams praised state lawmakers who voted last week to modify the 2019 law removing cash bail for a number of crimes in an interview taped before he announced that he’d tested positive for COVID-19. As part of the state budget passed early Saturday, judges now have more discretion to impose bail. “There’s more to do. We must make sure there are no loopholes for anyone that will commit a violent crime in his...