State lawmakers return from the Easter-Passover break Tuesday. They have until May 20th to come to an agreement on the state budget and Governor Tim Walz says Minnesotans are counting on them to…”come up with a state budget that invests in the future, invests in education, healthcare and the prosperity of our communities, finish that work by the 20th, and then go out and enact it. So that’s my hope, I feel confident that we’re there.”

How they get it done remains to be seen as the governor and Senate Republicans remain far apart on the bottom lines for education, transportation, healthcare and taxes with less than a month remaining in the session.