RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — The Virginia House of Delegates plans to reconvene next week in hopes of being able to finalize a state budget.
GOP Speaker Kirk Cox announced Thursday that the House would gavel in on May 23.
Cox said he expects the Senate to have passed a state budget by then for the House to consider.
The Senate is set to meet on May 22, but it’s unclear whether it will pass a budget that day.
Republican lawmakers in both chambers are currently split on whether to include Medicaid expansion in the state budget. The disagreement has led to a lengthy stalemate on the spending plan.
State government will shut down July 1 if no budget is passed.
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