CARSON CITY, Nev. (KSNV & MyNews3) -- Now we take you up north to Carson City where the state's top fiscal minds will gather Wedbnesday to lay out how much money is in Nevada’s piggy bank.
Our capitol correspondent Mackenzie Warren is helping us get a jump on what these numbers mean to you at home.
If there is more money in the bank than expected--that means more services things like road construction or more cash funneled into Nevada classrooms.
However, if there's less, expect lawmakers to bring on the cuts.
Tomorrow Nevada lawmakers get a look at their allowance and that amount could shift priorities here.