Legislation to change how solitary confinement is used in New York’s prisons could still pass in the coming days, state lawmakers said Tuesday, while Gov. Andrew Cuomo threw cold water on the proposal because of what his office has said it would cost.

But the bill’s sponsor in the State Senate said he disagrees with Cuomo’s analysis, which he argued didn’t account for other parts of the bill that could reduce the fiscal impact.

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