The House will be back in session in a little over nine months from now.
In the final hour of the session, Rep. Clark Johnson stretched during a break in the House as they waited for more information from the Senate
In the final hour of the session, printed copies of the 2013 Legislative Wrap-up were delivered to the House.
Charles Krueger made sure the glass doors to the Capitol were fingerprint-free late Monday night while legislators made their final arguments.
With just a few hours to go until the end of the session, Senate Majority Leader stood on the Senate floor with staff waiting while final bills are negotiated.
Senators took advantage of yet another recess to get some fresh air outside the Senate balcony while final bills are negotiated.
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