In an effort to cushion deep cuts to education and heath care, lawmakers will consider 37 amendments aimed at funneling money to high-priority programs.
The Joint Appropriations Committee will gather at 8 a.m. Thursday to debate the budget. Many of the amendments deal with increasing funding for schools and Medicaid providers, the two groups that will be hit the hardest by the governor's proposed 10 percent cuts.
Find the list of amendments online
KELOLAND News has a crew in Pierre to bring you those developments as they happen.
- Live coverage on KELOLAND.com as we stream the sessions throughout the day.
- Live blogging to allow you to share comments as decisions are made.
- Live reports from Ben Dunsmoor at the state capitol on KELOLAND News.