Alabama lawmakers are due back at the Statehouse today for the final day of a special session. Legislators were unable to reach a deal to plug a $200 million dollar hole in the General Fund budget. On Monday, the state Senate narrowly approved a budget. Hours later, the budget proposal was rejected in the House by an overwhelming margin. The leader of Alabama Senate, Del Marsh, defended the deep cuts to some state agencies. GOP Senator Paul Bussman of Cullman said lawmakers have know for years about the revenue problems but have failed to act.