Illinois' governor has invited the legislative leaders to a meeting early this evening at the capitol.
It'll be an opportunity for them to hash out budget options ahead of the legislature's return to Springfield tomorrow.
Chances for a bipartisan agreement remain grim as ever.
GOP Gov. Bruce Rauner and the Democrats who control the General Assembly have gone a year without agreeing on a budget.
The pressure to at least pass something, like a temporary state budget and money for schools, is intense.