The 2018-19 state budget will be announced on Thursday.
It will have some big changes, such as the addition of $1.3 billion for education funding and $2 billion for the state’s largest county, Monroe.
But many items will remain the same, including $3.5 billion in spending cuts, $300 million in property tax increases and $1 billion in other savings.
The budget will also have some major changes, including the addition.
Of the $1 trillion in spending cut, $500 million will be earmarked for transportation projects.
Some other items, including a $300,000 cut in state-run schools, will be cut.
The governor is expected to unveil the budget on Thursday, but it will not be ready until the state budget committee meets at 11 a.m.
State lawmakers are set to begin their first day of the new legislative session with a session that is expected at the same time as their first legislative session in more than a decade.
This is the first session since Gov.
Bill Haslam resigned on Sept. 1.