Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie on Wednesday laid out an agenda for the coming 2019 legislative session — an agenda that can pass with more pieces in tact due to the coming Democratic majority in the state Senate, ranging from strengthening abortion laws, gun control and rent control in New York.

The push includes bolstering and expanding pre-Kindergarten and after school programs in the state. Heastie pointed to one his longtime priorities, My Brothers Keeper, as well.

At the same time, Heastie said he wants to pass measures that are designed to make it easier to vote, including early voting, no excuse absentee voting and consolidation of the state and federal primaries.

And the Assembly Democrats will back closing the loophole in state election law that allows unlimited donations through a web limited liability companies.

Heastie also listed upgrading mass transit in New York City, gun control, criminal justice reform and making it easier for the victims and survivors of childhood sexual abuse to file lawsuits.

Many of these measures have already been approved, in some form, by the Assembly. The difference for Assembly Democrats this year is a Democratic majority on the other side of the Capitol as well in the state Senate.

“During my nearly four years as Speaker of the State Assembly, I have had the opportunity to travel across the state, and I can confidently say that there is more that unites us than divides us,” Heastie said. “With that in mind as we look ahead to the rapidly approaching 2019 session, I look forward to working with Governor Cuomo and new Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins to craft an action agenda that puts New York’s families first.”