What a night. Here’s what happened on Veto Day:
Members of the budget-writing Appropriation Committee worked for hours on the bills, and were near a compromise when they got word that the governor intended to veto anything that deviated from his original proposal. So leaders from both parties decided to pull the plug on the bills and call it a night.
Not long after that, the Legislature adjourned. Unless something unpredictable happens, the Legislature will not convene again until after the November elections.
If you want to relive the exciting night as it happened — and who wouldn’t? — check out the archive of the live updates below, presented in chronological order.