JUNEAU — One of the last big pieces to be resolved before lawmakers wrap up their work is the capital budget.
The House began taking up amendments Monday. Sunday was supposed to mark the end of the legislative session, but ran long after the House and Senate failed to find agreement on an education plan.
Capital spending in the budget, as it left the House Finance Committee early Monday, was about $2.2 billion. But that did not include additional education funding, which House and Senate negotiators were trying to reach consensus on.