Melissa Davlin reports that the House and Senate are running out of things to do.

The agendas are emptying, there are almost no committee meetings scheduled, and some legislators have already started packing up their offices.

But they’re not calling it quits quite yet.

There are still three big topics to consider:  Taxes, teacher pay and restoring money to the state’s rainy day accounts.   But philosophical disagreements between the House and the Senate on how best to spend the state’s money are stalling adjournment.

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