INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Indiana lawmakers are entering what is expected to be the last day of their session with a hefty list of bills that still must be approved.
House Speaker Brian Bosma says he anticipates that Friday's floor session will stretch into early Saturday.
Republican leaders reached agreement on a roads funding plan that will pump $1.2 billion more a year into infrastructure by raising fuel taxes and fees. But they still have to vote on that plan, as well as Indiana's next two-year budget.
Other pending measures include more money for preschool programs and a bill to close a legal loophole Ricker's convenience stores is using to sell cold beer.
A bill allowing the state to take over cash-strapped Muncie and Gary school districts is also among measures needing final approval.
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