HARRISBURG (AP) – The PA Legislature is working this week to assemble a spending plan to carry state government through the rest of the fiscal year and fill a multi-billion dollar deficit brought on by the impact of the coronavirus. House officials say closed-door talks may produce a draft of legislation today, with final votes possible Thursday. Gov. Tom Wolf has asked lawmakers for another nearly $10 billion in spending to round out the fiscal year. That’s after the Legislature approved a piece meal, no-new-taxes $25.8 billion budget in May. The Wolf Administration says it’s seeking federal budget aid, while state lawmakers say they’re not considering any tax increases.