Promoting legislation to institute public financing of campaigns in New York state and to change primary election day from September to June are at the top of the New York City Bar Association’s 2014 legislative agenda.

The group said it also favors legalizing marijuana for some medicinal uses and supports the Unified Court System’s proposed 2014-15 budget, including a provision to create 20 new Family Court judgeships.

The group said it continues to favor longer-term legislative objectives as well, such as consolidation of the state’s trial courts and extension of the appointment system to more state judgeships.

The city bar, which has 24,000 members, said the positions it has on dozens of bills and legislative issues for 2014 were developed by its various committees.