The governor and Illinois' top leaders are set to meet Tuesday morning, after Republicans on Monday accused Democrats of a dereliction of duty.
It's been one year, four months and 15 days since the state of Illinois had a regular budget.
If you're wondering why Illinois' top politicians haven't been able to do something as important as passing a budget, here's a clue: They have a hard time even agreeing on when to meet.
Gov. Bruce Rauner's office made a big deal of wanting a meeting Monday with the legislative leaders.