NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Gov. Andrew Cuomo is suggesting changes to the state’s new controversial bail reform law.

The governor is planning to hold a public discussion with district attorneys from around the state.

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He also says the current bail reform law should have been more strict.

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“My proposal last year was no cash bail, period. Period. If you are a threat or you’re a flight risk, you stay in jail. I don’t care if you’re Harvey Weinstein. I don’t care if you’re a billionaire, you stay in jail,” Cuomo said. “But I’m not going to sacrifice public safety of the people of this state.”

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The governor also wants judicial discretion for judges to consider the defendant’s risk of flight, but wealth would not be a factor.