The Maine Legislature’s Appropriations and Financial Affairs committee reached a unanimous agreement on a supplemental budget that funds operations through the end of June, the next big item for the committee to tackle will be the governor’s proposed $10.3 billion budget.

The supplemental budget makes adjustments to ensure the state meets its obligations through the end of the fiscal year on June 30. It contains no new programs but includes extra money for a variety of needs including testing for so-called forever chemicals, extra funding for hospitals and nursing facilities, and support for Maine Turnpike traffic enforcement and the fire marshal’s office.