Illinois has been without a spending plan since the start of this month.
Democrats did pass a budget by the end of May deadline only for Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner to reject nearly all of it, calling it out of balance. He left school funding intact.
Last week, Democratic House Speaker Michael Madigan was coy about whether legislators would try to reinstate the vetoed spending.
"Well, we're working through that and so as soon as the information is available, we'll let you know, stay close to the phone," said Michael Madigan.