Governor Andrew Cuomo drops plans to ban all modified stretch limousines which he proposed after the October crash in Schoharie killed 20 people. According to the Times Union the governor still plans to seek additional regulations of the modified vehicle and prohibit ones that don’t meet federal standards from being on the road. Prosecutors say the limo that crashed last year shouldn’t have been on the road.

Naumann Hussein who ran the limo company pleaded not guilty to criminally negligent homicide.