The state Legislature passed New York’s 2021-2022 budget late Wednesday night — as the Assembly gave the $212 billion spending plan its final approval.

Entry in the lower chamber came around 20 hours after the state Senate passed the past due plan at around 3:30 a.m. Wednesday.

“The current year’s budget is broad, tending to notable imbalances and assisting us with recuperating COVID-19,” Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie composed on Twitter after his chamber completed the process of casting a ballot.

“These ventures to put New York families initially wouldn’t be conceivable without bringing incomes up in” the state, he composed.

Two primary wellsprings of income for the state embraced in the new budget will come from the legalization of sporting marijuana and sports wagering.

The state is required to gather more taxes in the year ahead, with top level salary earners confronting raised state income tax rates.

Prior Wednesday, before the budget had even passed the two houses, Cuomo hailed the enormous spending plan.

“This budget is absolutely the most strong, generally effective, most significant budget that we have done in this state, I have faith in present day history,” Cuomo said during a press preparation.