OLYMPIA, Wash. - Washington Governor Jay Inslee says state lawmakers will begin a second overtime legislative session on Wednesday.
State Republicans and Democrats still couldn't agree on the main principles of a spending plan before ending the 30 special session on Tuesday, so Inslee immediately called for a second session.
The House Majority Leader says it's not clear how negotiators are going to find an agreement before the end of June, when the current budget cycle ends.
Senate leaders have insisted on the passage of some policy bills and opposed new ways to raise revenue. Democrats and Inslee have pressed for more tax money.