Legislative Session Starts with Flurry of Activity, and Cuomo Out of Town
Gov. Cuomo in Rochester (photo: The Governor’s Office)
The New York State Legislature returned to session Monday after its annual two-week Passover/Easter post-budget hiatus, and lawmakers want the governor to know they are ready to work.
While Governor Andrew Cuomo continued his state-wide infrastructure and economic development tour this week, during the bustling first two days of session the Legislature advanced some provocative legislation, sending a clear message to the governor that the final two months of session will not be as uneventful as he has predicted.
At an Easter Eve celebration at the Executive Mansion, Cuomo had told …