The governor signed measures dealing with wind energy, missing children and three other topics Friday.
Now that the crossover deadline has winnowed the number of bills eligible for consideration, lawmakers are turning their attention to budget and tax matters. House leaders rolled out a tax bill Thursday as Senators said they would unveil their budget plan on Sunday evening.
House and Senate lawmakers passed nearly 200 bills this crossover week. But hundreds more didn't make the deadline.
The state House has released its own version of a tax reform bill that lower income and sales tax rates, but makes fewer sweeping changes than a similar Senate-drafted plan.
Bills that are subject to crossover and don't make the deadline are considered "dead" for the rest of the two-year session. But state lawmakers have come up with plenty of ways to resurrect them.