But the measures, which include a cap on property taxes, a revenue bill to finally complete the state budget, a plan to sell wine in grocery stores and an overhaul of the SUNY system.
The bills were quietly left outside the office of the Senate Democrats chief legal counsel Shelly Meyer. There does not seem to be much interest in them.
By law, the Senate and Assembly can refuse to accept consider the bills. It is unlikely that much progress will be made at tonight’s session, partly because Senate President Malcolm Smith, D-Queens, isn’t expected to be in Albany tonight.
The governor called the session as a way to spur lawmakers to complete outstanding issues.