Assembly Democrats are proposing to raise taxes to upstate Uber and Lyft services.
A $1 surcharge is included in the Assembly bill, although there’s no increase for taxis.
Uber's president lashed out against the decision, saying New York taxpayers already pay enough for transportation.
Assembly officials say that by increasing the rates by merely 8 percent, it would generate more than $50 million in revenue.
Senate Republicans say they want a final budget that includes no additional tax fee and surcharge hikes.
Both sides are negotiating a new state budget worth roughly $170 billion and they are expected to vote on the final draft on April 1.