New York State lawmakers just approved these 13 major changes.

It took much longer than they probably would've liked, but Gov. Kathy Hochul and lawmakers have finally come to an agreement on a New York state budget.

New York State Budget Passed

On Thursday, Gov. Hochul announced an agreement to address key priorities in the 2023 New York State Budget.

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"As we make our comeback from the COVID-19 pandemic we are embracing this once-in-a-generation opportunity to usher in a whole new era for New York, with a bold budget that brings much-needed economic relief to New Yorkers and looks to the future with historic investments in education, health care and infrastructure," Hochul said. "This agreement brings us closer to an enacted budget and makes good on our promise of a stronger, safer, more inclusive and more prosperous New York State."

Bold Changes For New York

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The deal calls for $220 billion in spending which is $4 billion more than what Hochul proposed earlier this year.

"This bold and fiscally responsible plan makes historic investments in communities across the State that will bring relief to New Yorkers recovering from the pandemic and launch New York's economic comeback," Gov. Hochul's office stated in a press release.

13 Major Changes Coming To New York State

The historic budget makes investments in education, infrastructure, gas, bars,  public safety and more including:

13 Major Changes Coming To New York State

The Senate and Assembly are expected to have all of the budget bills passed by the end of Thursday.

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