Democrats in Illinois passed a new budget for the state that is billions of dollars out of balance. That has GOP Governor Bruce Rauner threatening to veto it.
There's little sign of a break in the legislature versus governor stalemate.
What happens if we reach the end of the month without one?
"Nearly all payments will stop on July 1," says Republican Comptroller Leslie Munger.
Without a budget in place before the new fiscal year, the constitution takes away her ability to pay most of the state's bills. But not all of them.