Gov. Andrew Cuomo reiterated his end of session priorities on Thursday while in western New York, including an effort to fight breast cancer.

“I’d like to see a bill passed on breast cancer for more breast cancer screening, more breast cancer treatment for more New Yorkers,” Cuomo said.

Cuomo’s partner, Food Network TV personality Sandra Lee, underwent breast cancer surgery last year, and has fought through the effects in the months since.

Meanwhile, Cuomo told reporters it would be “an insult” for the Legislature to not take up any ethics reform by the end of the session, scheduled to be completed June 16.

“If they leave Albany without passing ethics reform, I think it would be a tremendous insult to the people of this state,” Cuomo said. “You just had both legislative leaders convicted. If you don’t see a recognition for reform by this Legislature, I think it’s an insult to the people of this state.”

Cuomo wants to close a loophole in election law that allows for unlimited contributions through LLCs, as well as a bill to block those convicted of corruption from receiving pension benefits through a constitutional amendment’s first passage.

And Cuomo wants to see action on a package of heroin legislation to combat a growing addiction problem in the state.

“I think this state needs a comprehensive plan to fight heroin and opioid abuse,” Cuomo said. “It’s complicated, but we should be a state that leads the nation.”