Justice administration crunches numbers on some potential budget components.
Governor spent the day talking to Senate Republicans, House Republicans, House Democrats and Senate Democrats.
Governor describes himself as 'mediator-in-chief.'
Senate passes tax changes, but House refuses to concur.
Bill raises revenue for the coming fiscal year but shows deficits in the years after that.
Call also adds bills on certificates of need, state hospitals and property tax.
Senate revenue plan would raise sales tax to 7.25 percent and reduce income taxes by average 20 percent over two years.
Latest plan raises state sales tax to 7.25 percent and reduces state income tax by an average 20 percent over 2 years.
Select Committee on Tax Reform to get first crack at changes.
No fiscal note is publicly-available so far for either house's revenue proposal.
Revenue bill has been introduced, but budget bill has not.
Conference committee seems most likely way to work out differences.
Bill now goes to Senate.
Bill now goes to House floor.
Justice unveils latest metaphor.
Senate has passed a revenue bill and gone home.
Governor urges House Democrats not to vote against revenue package.
Governor also spoke to Senate the prior day.
Bill passes Senate but without Democratic support.
Bill now goes to skeptical House of Delegates.