The Legislature is in session on Monday and Tuesday this week.

On January 10, the Buffalo Niagara Partnership holds its 2018 Advocacy Agenda Rollout & Public Officials Reception.

Also on January 10, the Assembly Racing and Wagering Committee is holding a public hearing in Albany on interactive fantasy sports.

On January 11, the Assembly committees on Codes, Health and Alcoholism and Drug Abuse are holding a public hearing in New York City “to examine the potential impacts of the legalization and regulation of marijuana and its effects on New York’s criminal justice and public health care systems.”

On January 12, the Assembly Insurance Committee is holding a public hearing in Albany “to evaluate whether the new title insurance regulations are successfully lowering consumer costs while also ensuring that the title insurance market remains healthy and competitive in New York State.

The Governor’s 2018-19 Executive Budget proposal will be released by January 16.

On January 19, the Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce is holding a program on Employee Paid Time Off: Legal and Practical Issues.

On January 24, the Senate Committee on Racing, Gaming and Wagering is holding a public hearing in Albany “to discuss the potential of sports betting in New York State.”

On January 30, the Greater Binghamton Chamber of Commerce holds its Legislative Agenda Rollout & Unshackle Upstate Reception.

The Joint Commission on Public Ethics (JCOPE) holds its next meeting on January 30.

On February 1, the North Country Chamber of Commerce holds its 2018 Legislative Forum.

On February 9, the Buffalo Niagara Partnership holds its 2018 Legislative Luncheon.