The Assembly and Senate are in Session on Monday and Tuesday next week.


Later today, the Senate Majority Coalition Commission on Regulatory Reform will announce its findings.


Also later today, the Senate Insurance and Health committees will hold a public hearing on the implementation of the New York State of Health, the state’s health plan marketplace. (This hearing was originally scheduled for Jan. 7.)


The Public Service Commission holds its next meeting on Thursday, Jan. 16 in Albany.


On Friday, January 17, the Buffalo-Niagara Partnership hosts its annual legislative luncheon.


The Governor will release his 2014-15 proposed Executive Budget to the Legislature on Tuesday, Jan. 21.


The state Conservative Party holds its annual winter convention on January 26 and 27. Former Reagan Administration official Peggy Noonan will be the keynote speaker.


On Tuesday, Jan. 28, the New York State Chemical Alliance holds its Annual Policy Conference in Albany.


On Jan. 28 and 29, the New York state Department of Financial Services (DFS) will hold two public hearings in Manhattan on the regulation of virtual currencies.


On February 7, the Greater Binghamton Chamber of Commerce holds a program on why New York needs to reform the Scaffold Law.