There's a stalemate in the state House over how to make cuts in the proposed 25-billion dollar state operating budget. Debate over the spending plan came to a halt on the House floor last night after lawmakers refused to use one-time dollars to fill holes in the health care budget. House leaders are trying to figure out how to cut 81-million dollars. Usually, the House approves the budget before Memorial Day, giving the Senate the opportunity to use the holiday to start their own discussions on the spending plan. Political analyst Clancy Dubos says with less than a month to go in the session, the Senate Finance Committee will not have as much time.