"The cuts of the last few years have put them all on the edge," state higher education chancellor Carolyn Long.
Special session would culminate a few months from now; session ends Saturday.
Senate Finance Chairman Blair says he supports raises for public employees who have not gone out on strike.
Funding is stripped out of secondary roads maintenance bill, for the time being.
Motion to move pay raise bill to Senate floor fails.
No discussion or debate for legislation aimed at handling funds. Bill now heads to the governor.
Vehicles sold 'as-is' would have to include a disclaimer on the sales contract.
Finance chairmen describe progress on budget talks.
Repercussions from angry incidents surrounding anti-Muslim poster continue.
Former sergeant at arms makes statement on social media.
Display at “Republicans Take the Rotunda” event stirs anger.
Big differences still need to be worked out with Senate budget.
Fallout from display makes national news.
Anger erupts on House floor over display that was part of "Republicans Take the Rotunda."
Chairman tells committee members, "It's my opinion this may be the most important bill we have before us this session."
Each finance committee passes a budget with that major difference.
Change refines what groups are subject to hazing law.
Opinion is issued three years after law's passage.
House proposes making up for budget gap by moving some money around.
Attorney General praises move.