Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos more or less shrugged off being accused of “Albany speak” on the property tax cap by Gov. Andrew Cuomo earlier today, sticking to his “we did it already” talking points and calling – again – for the Assembly to follow the Senate’s lead.

“That’s up to the Assembly, to pass the bill or not pass the bill,” the senator told reporters.

“…If the governor feels that it should be weakened, then he should say it should be weakened. Right now, according to the TV clip he just did, he’s urging Albany to pass his hard property tax cap. Which we passed.”