Following a week of strategic leaks detailing State of the State proposals that include progressive stances on medical marijuana and affordable housing, Gov. Andrew Cuomo is returning to the topic of taxes.

Cuomo at a Red Room news conference later this morning is expected to once again embrace the proposals from the tax commission led by former Gov. George Pataki and ex-Comptroller Carl McCall, according to a source with knowledge of the event.

Among his proposals will be support for a two-year freeze on property tax increases through local government consolidation, support for a circuit-breaker tying property tax increases to household.

Cuomo will also back a renters’ tax credit for those with incomes below $100,000 through refundable income tax credit.

At the same time, Cuomo will back a host of business tax cuts, including a real property tax credit for manufacturers, as well as reforms for the estate tax.

He will also back accelerating the phase-out of the 18-a utility surcharge.

Cuomo will be delivering his fourth State of the State address on Wednesday.

A Cuomo spokesman declined to comment.