Florida legislators are supposed to finish their work with the special session this week, but it's not clear if top Republicans can reach a deal on school spending and an overhaul of the state's economic development programs.
Gov. Rick Scott called legislators back to town for a special session, scheduled to end Friday. But Senate President Joe Negron says the Senate won't approve a budget deal unless House Republicans and Scott agree to back top Senate priorities.
Scott wants legislators to pass a new budget for public schools and boost spending on tourism marketing and economic development. Negron says the Senate wants to restore $75 million worth of university projects Scott vetoed.
The Senate also wants to restore some budget cuts to hospitals.
Legislators are expected to pass a bill dealing with medical marijuana.
If agreements are not completely met, it is unclear whether the session will be extended, or how state legislators will handle bills left open-ended.