• Legislation that would have limited the penalty for environmental-law violations passed the House 62 to 37 and passed the Senate 40-0.
• A bill that would have allowed penalties for failing to report large quantities of water used for irrigation passed 75-23 in the House and 26-14 in the Senate.
• A bill that would have required elementary and middle schools to provide 150 weekly minutes of physical education passed 55 to 40 in the House and 37-2 in the Senate.
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