• The House and Senate published a state budget at 2:43 p.m. triggering the 72-hour waiting period required before they can vote.
  • The House and Senate both approved a resolution to place a constitutional amendment on the ballot that would expand the homestead exemption.
  • Both chambers also passed a bill designed to streamline the process for people to object to public school books and other instructional materials.

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