Lawmakers will return to Cheyenne on Wednesday to seal deals on education cuts and state construction.
Gov. Matt Mead supports smaller cuts, spending from savings and diverting investment income to fund schools.
Numerous national studies refute the idea that cutting education spending will save Wyoming money.
The Senate is doubling down on education cuts — advancing one bill to pare $114 million over three years, and another to change the Constitution.
The House and Senate have gone toe to toe on how to fund Wyoming’s public education system for more than a year. The bell opening Round 3 rings Monday.