The Assembly has put off action on the state budget for another day.
After meeting behind closed doors for much of the day, Assembly Democrats announced they would not be bringing the budget to the floor on Thursday after all.
A spokeswoman for Speaker Mike Sheridan says the decision was made in order to give lawmakers times to rest and allow Republicans a chance to look through changes made to the budget bill.
Lawmakers are expected to be back on the floor later Friday to begin debating the proposed $62 billion state budget.
Democrats spent most of the past two days making changes to the plan, such as removing liability law reforms, adding more Regional Transit Authorities, and restoring funding to the Department of Justice.