The Illinois Senate is expected to vote on a full budget Tuesday after the House passed a spending plan and a tax increase over the weekend to try and end the two-year long impasse.
In the House, 15 Republicans went against Gov. Bruce Rauner and voted "yes" on Sunday. But it’s not a given that the Senate has the votes to pass it.
Senate Democrats already passed a budget. It included more spending than the plan they’re set to consider Tuesday.
Senate Republicans opposed that budget, and the question now is whether they’ll oppose this one too.