HARRISBURG – State lawmakers in Harrisburg approved a $40 billion general fund budget that puts about $5 billion in federal coronavirus relief money into savings and boosts K-12 education funding by $300 million. The budget package pumps $279 million into infrastructure and directs $280 million to nursing homes and similar facilities, both drawing from the federal pandemic money. It puts $2.5 billion into the rainy day fund and doesn’t spend much of the rest of the state’s share of federal pandemic money. PA House Speaker, Lancaster County Rep. Bryan Cutler says it’s a good budget for Pennsylvanians. Gov. Tom Wolf is expected to sign it this week.