The Pennsylvania Legislature's busy last week before lawmakers depart Harrisburg for the summer is beginning fitfully.
Two prominent committee votes on Monday's agenda were all delayed until Tuesday.
Those include a House committee vote on a major highways and transit funding bill and a Senate committee vote on a $28-billion-plus state spending plan. A bill to liberalize the sale of wine, liquor and beer received approval from a Senate committee by a narrow 6-to-5 vote.
But some Republicans supported it grudgingly and say it faces more changes before the full Senate considers it last this week.
Lawmakers also could consider a federally funded Medicaid expansion, an overhaul of public employee pension systems, tougher ethics rules and academic standards for charter schools and the appointment of a state Supreme Court justice.
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