The Legislature is in Albany Monday through Wednesday this week.

The Public Service Commission (PSC) holds its next meeting on March 9.

The Senate and Assembly expect to approve their respective one-house budget bills on March 13 and then commence the budget conference committee process.

The State Board of Elections holds its next meeting on March 13.

The Board of Regents holds its next meeting on March 13 and 14.

On March 14, the New York chapter of the National Federation of Independent Businesses hosts Small Business Advocacy Day in Albany.

On March 22, the Greater Binghamton Chamber is holding a Labor and Employment Law Breakfast Briefing where the topics will be the Trump Administration’s impact on employee and labor relations; the fate of the Affordable Care Act and national health care legislation; and how New York State initiatives will continue to impact New York employers.

The Joint Commission on Public Ethics (JCOPE) holds its next meeting on March 28.

The state’s 2017-18 fiscal year begins on April 1.