The clock is ticking for Pennsylvania lawmakers to find more than $2 billion to balance the state's budget.
No agreements were reported Monday, three days after lawmakers sent the main appropriations bill in a $32 billion budget package to Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf's desk.
On Friday, Wolf called the spending plan "a start."
"There is still work to do," he said. "We need a sustainable revenue package that gets Pennsylvania on track. For too many years, Pennsylvania has lurched from crisis to crisis."