The Democratic-led Assembly next week will hold a vote on a bill that would curb the reach of the president’s pardon powers in New York.

The measure known as the double jeopardy legislation, was previously approved by the state Senate.

“It appears there’s enough support to pass double jeopardy,” Heastie said. “So it appears we’ll be able to pass double-jeopardy next week.”

The bill would allow New York prosecutors to bring cases against those who have worked for a president’s administration and have received pardons. The measure also applies to the president’s family members.

Attorney General Letitia James backed the bill amid her investigations of President Donald Trump’s administration.

Lawmakers in the state Senate, controlled by Democrats, also approved a bill that would provide Democrats in the House of Representatives access to the president’s New York tax returns.

Assembly Democrats discussed the bill in a closed-door meeting on Monday and are expected to hold a vote on it as well.

“I think they are ready to move on this,” said Assembly Majority Leader Crystal Peoples-Stokes. “I can’t be more specific on that, but I think they are ready.”

Gov. Andrew Cuomo last week said he was supportive of the tax access bill.