Here’s one thing that Virginia budget writers can agree on: They want to help rebuild Louisa County High School.
The House of Delegates allocated $2 million to aid with construction. The Senate set aside $1 million.
The two chambers still have to reconcile those differences, but it remains a priority for both.
The House and Senate unveiled competing budgets Sunday, which included millions more for public schools, local governments and health-care providers, including hospitals, nursing homes and free clinics. But they disagreed on a variety of other issues, including taxes and fees, pension reform and education