Capitol conflicts over school funding

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) -- Illinois may have ended its historic budget impasse, but the capitol is now experiencing conflicts over school funding.

The Associated Press reports that the Democratic-led legislature and Republican Governor Bruce Rauner are conflicted over a proposal that would change how Illinois distributes school money.

AP says legislators approved a required plan that re-writes the funding formula, but Rauner disapproves it and says he'll send it back with changes.

AP reports Democrats are unsure if they have the votes to override him, and are using an official hold to keep it off Rauner's desk, at least until Monday.