It is the last day of the legislative session and lawmakers continue to work on the education and general fund budgets.
There wasn't much controversy in the Senate over education, where the budget passed 35 to 0.
The $5.4 billion education budget will cut higher education funding by four percent, but will save teachers' jobs.
There's much more at stake when it comes to the general fund budget. The programs looking at major cuts are Medicaid, corrections, and the courts.
Lawmakers on both sides of party lines say they are especially reluctant to cut funding for Medicaid.
"The whole judicial department, corrections, and Medicaid. I'm not going to vote for a bill that doesn't fund Medicaid," said Senator Dick Brewbaker.
"To cut that program and to make it suffer, literally, what you have is a situation where people are going to die," said Senator Quinton Ross.
The education budget passed in the Senate earlier this afternoon, but hasn't passed the House yet.
The general fund budget hasn't been voted on in either the House or the Senate.
If a budget isn't passed, it will have to be taken up during a special session.