Illinois appears to be headed toward a second year without a budget plan in place after clashes at the capitol Friday. Many legislators are returning to their districts for a short break, but they'll be back Sunday afternoon.
Republican legislators made a commotion about the need to stay in Springfield all weekend long ahead of Tuesday's deadline to get a budget passed.
And in fact, top-ranking lawmakers from both parties will keep meeting at the capitol.
Governor Bruce Rauner's budget director Tim Nuding says a deal is close.