The increase from the previous estimate of $3.6 billion is due in large part to an increase to the state's "rainy day" funds in order to preserve the state's credit rating. Budget reductions will be taken in every area of the budget and cost-saving reforms, such as statewide Medicaid managed care, will likely be a high priority. Senate Health and Human Services Appropriations Chair Sen. Joe Negron, in particular, indicated that he may look to funding for substance abuse and mental health for savings. Draft budget proposals will likely emerge from the Legislature during the third or fourth week of session, while Governor Scott's proposal will arrive February 7.