In this week’s New York state government news, lawmakers stretch Memorial Day weekend into a week off, the New York Court of Appeals takes up physician-assisted suicide, and Uber and Lyft prepare to expand upstate.
A look ahead in Albany:
SESSION WINDING DOWN
Lawmakers will take a break this week before returning June 5 for the final three weeks of their annual session.
The last dash is usually a frantic time when lawmakers rush to pass hundreds of bills and forge last-minute deals on tough issues.
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