Connecticut lawmakers are entering the final days of the legislative session and still need to finish work on some key bills, The Associated Press reports.
The General Assembly has yet to vote on a revised budget for the fiscal year that ends on June 30, or reach a final agreement with Gov. Dannel P. Malloy on a plan to overhaul the state's public education system.
The regular legislative session ends on Wednesday at midnight.
The House of Representatives still needs to vote on imposing minimum standards for electric and gas utilities for restoring services to customers. Both chambers still need to vote on a bill requiring smoke and carbon monoxide detectors to be installed in most residences.
Both the House and Senate met on Saturday, but did not convene on Sunday.