An updated report from the New York Public Interest Research Group on Friday found state lawmakers and Gov. Andrew Cuomo are holding a combined 22 fundraisers as the legislative session draws to a close.

These events are predominantly being held near the state Capitol in Albany, with events ranging in ticket price of $150 to $5,000.

Cuomo this month held a fundraiser on Long Island and will hold another event at Lincoln Center in July.

Comptroller Tom DiNapoli is also holding an event this month.

Fundraisers during the legislative session have come under scrutiny this year once again as lawmakers as well as the governor held fundraising events in March, the height of the state budget season. But lawmakers, in particular, held events in Albany just hours after considering legislation at the Capitol.

Controversy surrounding fundraisers was stoked in March by recently elected lawmakers, who criticized the governor for holding a fundraiser in March, with the governor’s office pointing to the myriad events lawmakers hold at that time of the year.