Florida legislative negotiators struck a deal Tuesday night on a multibillion-dollar state budget for the fiscal year that begins July 1, including a significant increase in spending on public schools. The House and Senate cannot cast final votes on the spending plan at the earliest until late Friday, the scheduled final day of the 60-day legislative session. The exact total was not immediately available, but proposals from the Republican-led Legislature and GOP Gov. Ron DeSantis are all in the $90 billion range.