Now that Albany is officially in the post-budget session phase, NARAL Pro-Choice New York is making a renewed push for the 10-point women’s agenda that stalled in the Legislature last year.

At the heart of the agenda is a measure aimed at the codification of the Roe v. Wade decision in state law, a provision that the state Senate declined to consider.

The Assembly approved the full agenda as a single omnibus bill, while the Senate approved nine of the 10 measures that include strengthening anti-human trafficking and discrimination laws.

In a statement, NARAL is singling out Senate IDC Leader Jeff Klein for bringing the measure to the floor (Klein attempted this in 2013 through a hostile amendment that was ultimately ruled not germane. Klein said the episode showed that the votes weren’t available in the Senate for the abortion measure).

“Now that the budget has been settled, the Senate must focus its attention on the reproductive health care needs of New York women, which have been left hanging in the balance for far too long,” said NARAL Pro-Choice New York President Andrea Miller. “New York has a singular opportunity here. Amidst attacks on reproductive rights across the nation, New York can demonstrate what we already know to be true — that both New York voters and their elected leaders support full equality for women, including the right to choose.”

Gov. Andrew Cuomo in a news conference this morning did not mention the women’s agenda as potential measures he’d like to push in the spring, but did note the Dream Act, public financing of political campaigns and changes to the teacher evaluation law were items he wished were in the budget.