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Senate fiscal leader Luke Kenley says the budget reserves are a little less than the 12 percent level they'd been aiming for.
The money will be given to local programs in the form of state grants.
With only three days left in session, lawmakers are crafting a final version of the budget, and doing so with less money than they’d planned.
The House budget appropriated about $1.4 million for the roundtable before the Senate zeroed it out.