The four leaders of the Senate and Assembly on Tuesday huddled for about two hours with Gov. Andrew Cuomo and emerged to say little had been discussed in the way of hot-button topics like the Dream Act, medical marijuana or the public financing of campaigns.

“No substantive issues were discussed as such as individual items,” Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver said. “What we’re really talking about is how we move the process.”

Dean Skelos, the Republican leader in the Senate, along with his governing partner Jeff Klein of the independent Democrats and Silver said they were confident a spending plan would be approved before the April 1 deadline.

“We have an agreement to agree as soon as we can,” Silver told reporters.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo proposed a $142 billion spending plan that includes a package of tax cuts, including a proposal that would nudge local governments into freezing property taxes over several years.

Neither the Assembly or Senate included that in their budget resolutions.

“We have to reconcile our resolution, the Assembly’s resolution, and the governor’s proposal,” Skelos said.

There are other differences as well, including Cuomo’s support for the public financing of political campaigns, which the Assembly supports and the Senate does not.

The Senate on Monday voted down a bill that would allow for tuition assistance to the children of undocumented immigrants, and advocates have vowed to have that included in the state budget.

But for now, lawmakers said the more mundane nuts-and-bolts of spending was the main topic.

Skelos, asked if he was open to including medical marijuana in the spending plan, said it was not under discussion.

“We’re not even on that issue,” he said. “We’re trying to get our numbers together.”

Silver, in response, joked: “Some marijuana might help, though.”