The New York state budget is now more than 10 days late. 

On Friday, the state Assembly passed another extender. The measure passed in the state Senate on Thursday. Gov. Kathy Hochul signed the measure into law Friday afternoon.

This is now the fourth budget extender since the April 1 budget deadline. An extender passed earlier this week pushed the payroll deadline to Tuesday.

State Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins said earlier this week that negotiations are at the "beginning of the end," but it seems like the process won't be wrapped up for several more days.

Housing policy has been a sticking point in negotiations and there's a growing divide on housing policy. The advocacy group Housing Justice For All says 50 state lawmakers are now opposing any deal that includes changes to rent stabilization laws or carve-outs to eviction protections for tenants, known as good cause eviction.

Critics argue the policy restricts their control owners have over their own property.

Other remaining sticking points are tax breaks for developers and a wage deal between developers and construction unions.