Some of the big-ticket budget items that are awaiting a decision by the Joint Budget Committee, and their cost:

Coronavirus schools

The sign out front contained a timely message as the coronavirus pandemic sweeps over Colorado and the country outside Littleton High School Sunday, March 15, 2020. 

• Full-day kindergarten: $220 million increase

• Holding the budget stabilization factor, the debt to K-12 education: $572 million

Let's hold nursing homes, assisted-living centers accountable

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• Public Employees Retirement Association: $225 million

• Senior property tax homestead exemption: $163.5 million

Health Insurance . concept image of Stethoscope and family on wooden table. top view

• Second year of reinsurance for the state's highest risk policyholders: $59.7 million 

transportation Colorado

Light traffic flows southbound along Interstate 25 as a statewide stay-at-home order remains in effect in an effort to reduce the spread of the new coronavirus Thursday, April 2, 2020, in Thornton. 

• Transportation payment: $50 million

oil gas pump jacks

• Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission, part of implementing last year's Senate Bill 181: $1 million

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