OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — Gov. Jay Inslee has threatened to veto lawmakers' bills unless they get a supplemental budget to him by Thursday, the final day of the 60-day legislative session. At a news conference Monday, Inslee said that while negotiations between the Democratic-led House and Republican-led Senate are continuing, lawmakers "need to pick up that pace substantially." Inslee said that so far 35 bills have passed the Legislature and are awaiting his signature, and that many more are expected to make their way to his desk. Bills that are delivered to Inslee more than five days before the Legislature adjourns have five days to be acted on; bills delivered fewer than five days before adjournment have 20 days to be acted on.