Republican candidate for governor Rob Astorino on Friday derided the conclusion of the 2014 legislative session for not accomplishing anything to address economic problems plaguing the state.

“And so another legislative session in Albany is ending, without a thing being done to turn this state around,” Astorino said in an online video. “For struggling New Yorkers there was nothing. Zero. Zilch.”

The Legislature and Gov. Andrew Cuomo this week put the finishing touches on agreements that included bills aimed at heroin abuse and addiction, creating a medical marijuana program and changes to the state’s teacher evaluation law.

But Astorino singled out measures such as lowering New York City’s speed limit to 25 mph, a moratorium on killing mute swans and a measure aimed at light pollution.

“Now, these may all be very good bills, but where are the priorities? Where is the real help you promised, Mr. Cuomo? New York is systematically losing to every other state in this country and we’re talking about Mute Swans,” Astorino said.

Cuomo in a radio interview earlier in the day touted the “banner session” even as lawmakers face re-election pressures back in their districts.

Cuomo’s Albany Fails to Address Major Issues from Rob Astorino on Vimeo.