However, a spokesman says House Democrats will strip $12 million in discretionary grant programs from the plan and send it back.
It is unclear when that will happen.
Democrats adjourned the House on Tuesday without saying why. Whip Bill DeWeese says partisan friction is cooling and negotiators are talking.
Overall, the budget would cut spending by more than 1 percent from last year and raise taxes on some businesses and sales of cigarettes to help resolve Pennsylvania's multibillion-dollar budget shortfall.