There is an agreement on the state's $11.2 billion budget.
But, it took lawmakers negotiating into the early morning hours to hammer out the deal.
It was just before 3 a.m. Saturday morning, when a final agreement was made between the House and Senate on the state's $11.2 billion budget.
It may be the longest stalemate ever and long past the midnight deadline.
It was the reason the House speaker announced an extension to continue negotiations and offered an apology.
"We apologize, the president and I, both money chairs could not come to any resolution on these particular areas," said Rep. Calvin Say.
The main disagreement was over how much to invest in capital improvement projects.
The final approval was $428 million in CIP bonds, including $250 million for repair and maintenance projects. That's more than what the House was asking for, but less than what the senate had wanted.
Lawmakers are working through the weekend after House and Senate leadership extended the cutoff for other finance-related bills until noon Monday.
"We believe that due to the delay in the passage of the budget, allowing these bills to die based on an internal procedural deadline, is not in the best interest of the people of Hawaii," said Sen. Shan Tsutsui.