Business leaders from the world finance, media, real estate and fashion are backing a push to reform bail in New York.

A coalition of prominent business leaders in New York — ranging from Lloyd Blankfein, Ursula Burns, Barry Diller to Rupert Murdoch, Daniel Loeb and Ken Langone — have funded a full-page ad in The New York Times back bail reform in the final days of the legislative session, scheduled to end June 20.

The push includes a six-figure media campaign aimed at the state Legislature as well.

Lawmakers and Gov. Andrew Cuomo have called for a cashless bail system that would provide greater access to lower income people accused of crimes.

Still, criminal justice law changes typically remain a steep hurdle to climb in New York, and Senate Republicans would have to be convinced to support the bill.

In 2016, lawmakers and Cuomo did agree on a key criminal justice reform measure: Raising the age of criminal responsibility in New York to 18.