The New York Legislature will end session approximately two weeks earlier than usual next year to accommodate for the state’s new primary dates. Lawmakers are expected to hold four less session days next year, and the session is expected to end by June 2.
The state primary dates were changed in 2020 to coincide with federal primaries. Lawmakers will now have approximately three weeks between the end of session and the June 23 primary.
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