ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is set to lay out a vision for the last year of his first term and is expected to keep state spending limits while proposing new property tax relief.
With both high poll ratings and a campaign bank account with more than $28 million, the Democrat's State of the State address Wednesday is expected to repeat other recent themes like closing or revamping failing schools.
He will reverse course on medical marijuana, announcing action that will allow a limited number of hospitals to dispense it for certain ailments.
Aides known for tight-lipped discipline haven't leaked much else so far, though Cuomo in December emphasized continuing an overall 2 percent limit on spending growth and applying savings to help New Yorkers offset local property taxes.