State budget negotiations in New York formally began Tuesday as the state Senate and Assembly each put out their modifications to Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s executive proposal from January, signaling that discussions on a final spending plan will now escalate.

Both the Senate and Assembly are expected Wednesday to pass their one-house budget resolutions, which are largely ceremonial gestures to express where each chamber of the Legislature stands in terms of budget talks.

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