Brooklyn District Attorney Charles Hynes made the rounds on the floor of the Assembly on Tuesday promoting legislation that would expand his prisoner re-entry program. Hynes wants $1.5 million to make the program, which currently serves 1,000 individuals, available to 3,000, and legislators suggested expanding it beyond New York City. “We may try a regional approach, in Erie County, Onondaga County, and three other places and see how successful it is,” Hynes said. The DA is facing a spirited primary challenge from two attorneys, Ken Thompson and Abe George, this year, but he said he’s not too worried. “Not at all,” he said.