It's going to be a busy week on Beacon Hill as Massachusetts lawmakers try to find common ground on some tough topics. The state's fiscal year ends Friday and there's no budget agreement yet. Also, the legislature is aiming to get a recreational marijuana law on the governor's desk this week. But big differences remain between the House and Senate bills, both of which make changes to the voter-passed marijuana law.
As we do most Mondays, we check in now with the State House News Service in Boston. Katie Lannan is a reporter there. She tells us there's a variety of opinion on whether lawmakers can quickly hash out their differences on marijuana.