A law named after a Yorktown girl is now into effect in New York state. Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed the new 'Hannah's Law,' named after an 8-year-old Hannah Devane, who has an extremely rare disease where she can't digest real food and can only drink a special formula. Devane's insurance company refused to pay the $1,200 a month tab for the drink, claiming it wasn't her main source of nutrition. After...

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