After days of mistrust between the House and Senate, two key parts of a complex budget compromise came together as planned.

The Senate did its duty first, by moving forward on a measure to put $2 billion toward the state’s water needs and increase funding for education. With that in place, House Democrats agreed to support a separate resolution that would create a state water fund.

In Wednesday’s episode, Karina Kling explains how it’s all coming together, and we speak to Rep. John Otto, one of the main budget negotiators.

Inside Out

We also spoke with Rep. Aaron Peña and former Sen. Hector Uribe about spats between the House and Senate in the past.

Gun Bills Disarmed

Despite some signs this might be the year lawmakers approved campus carry legislation, that bill is among those unlikely to survive.

Capital Tonight’s LeAnn Wallace spoke with the author of the bill about where things stand this late in the session