The third week of June ended much like the second week of June, with no movement of an actual FY 2014-2015 state spending plan.
However, the House is planning on considering budget amendments on Monday with a possible comprehensive budget amendment to come later in the week.
“We are moving to move the bill to the floor on Monday for second [consideration] and then back into the committee. I have full intention of amending that vehicle for a floor vote,” said Rep. Bill Adolph (R-Delaware), chairman of the House Appropriations Committee.
While it is not known at the current time whether the comprehensive spending plan will be offered during Monday’s floor session, the budget clock is ticking toward the June 30 budget deadline.