House Democrats received notice of another round of $1,000 fines after they failed to show for roll-call again Thursday.
The fines levied on Democrats are allowed under House rules; they do not involve the anti-bolting statute passed last year.
After attending session on Monday, Democrats refused to show for session Tuesday.
House Democrats returned to the floor, allowing the session to proceed. They had refused to attend session last week because of right-to-work legislation.
Democrats could be fined up to $1,000 per day for their absence.
Representative Dan Burton says it could have been filibustered.
South Bend Senator John Broden says an independent audit would help restore the faith and trust of the public in the system.
Democrats are questioning how $320 million of corporate tax revenue was not moved into the General Fund.
Republicans recently called for an investigation into signatures in the 2008 Obama petition. Democrats say there were also irregularities on McCain's petition.
Perry criticized proposed federal EPA regulations, saying they will kill jobs across the country.