HARRISBURG (AP) – Pennsylvania’s plans for its share of coronavirus relief and a potential boost in education funding are among the issues being negotiated as lawmakers and the governor entered the final week of their budget year. Leaders say the budget could wrap up this weekend, but details are scanty as high-level negotiations continued today inside the Capitol. The final days of budget talks invariably are accompanied by deals on other issues. For example, talks on whether to reauthorize mixed-drinks to go for restaurants are still being discussed. The state’s fiscal year ends on June 30.