HARRISBURG (AP) — Republicans who control the Pennsylvania General Assembly are rolling out a $39.8 billion general fund budget plan that would put into savings about $5 billion in federal coronavirus relief money and boost K-12 education funding by $300 million. The bill unveiled today would pump $279 million into transportation infrastructure and direct $280 million to nursing homes and similar facilities, both drawing from the federal pandemic money. A summary by state House GOP leaders says putting $2.5 billion into the rainy day fund and not spending much of the rest of the pandemic money now amounts to fiscal restraint to avoid future tax increases. Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf’s office is offering no immediate comment.