The House and Senate adjourned Thursday afternoon.
During their final hours at the Capitol, senators confirmed several people to serve on state boards and House members approved a Senate redistricting plan.
It was a busy session. Legislators wrote a $5.6 billion state budget for the year that begins July 1, but they didn't agree on a bond package to provide long-term financing for economic incentives or repairs of public buildings.
Legislators put new limits on the state's only abortion clinic, made changes to the workers compensation system and approved consolidation of a few school districts.
They discussed, but never agreed on, bills to expand charter schools and to strengthen immigration enforcement.