Albany is doing what it does best—not coming to an agreement about important stuff! Lawmakers are holding another special session to try to deal with the state's $3.2 billion deficit, something they've been meeting about for the past two weeks. The Assembly is apparently upset the Senate can't get their act together and may even consider a two-way deal with just Governor Paterson. State Senate President Pro Tem Malcolm Smith told NY1, “I think the governor wants the $3.2 billion; we're trying to indicate to him that we may not get exactly there, but we're very close, and I think that's where the stalemate is."