Members of the Assembly are being given a heads up this morning that a tentative three-day special session in Albany next week is possible, a highly placed Democratic source said.
The potential session would be held Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of next week.One source who was down at an event at City Hall today told us that the legislators are all talking about it with one another but don't have any official word exactly.
Another source, when asked if the special session would turn into a circus, gave me a list of things that will probably get brought up regardless of if Governor Cuomo has a set agenda or not:
- tax code change...no millionaire's tax, but one that's more equitable nonetheless (higher rates for wealthy mixed w/ tax cuts for middle-class)
- taxi medallion issue
- possibly healthcare issue (NY is not in compliance)