Democrats who control the state Legislature this year passed bill after bill that progressives have long sought: Bills strengthening abortion rights and gun control laws as well as criminal justice reforms.

But advocates like the NYCLU’s Donna Lieberman say it hasn’t been enough.

“The fight is far from finished,” said New York Civil Liberties Union Executive Director Donna Lieberman at a rally on Monday at the Capitol. “We still have an enormous amount of work to do.”

Advocates at the legalization of marijuana, labor protections for farmworkers and the Greenlight Bill — which extends access to driver’s licenses for undocumented immigrants.

“Regardless of how people feel about undocumented immigrants, they are part of our fabric,” said Assemblyman Victor Pichardo, a Democrat from the Bronx. “They are part of our society. They are part of our state. They are here.”

The bill, long controversial in New York, remains opposed by Republicans like state Sen. Daphne Jordan.

“It makes a farce of our whole system and our system is important for public safety,” said Jordan, a Republican who represents a suburban district around the Capital Region. “It’s how we vet people coming into the United States.”

An effort to legalize marijuana also faltered earlier this year after falling out of the state budget talks. Lawmakers who support it hope that it will be revived in the coming weeks. Advocates want the revenue from marijuana sales to benefit communities effected by the war on drugs.

“When we make marijuana legal in New York state, the revenue must go to communities that have been harmed and communities that have been destroyed,” said Yusuf Abdul-Qadir, an NYCLU chapter director from Syracuse.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo is supportive of the proposal, but last week said he was skeptical it would be able to pass in the Legislature before the end of session.

“I have not had any direct communication from the leaders that has suggested it’s not going to pass, but someone of the comments from individual senators and assemblymembers are troubling,” Cuomo said.

For now, the governor himself hasn’t outlined what his specific goals are for the rest of the legislative session, aside from strengthening and extending rent control laws for New York City.