The passage of right-to-work was the big news this week at the statehouse, but the legislature also passed some other prominent bills.
The House voted to pass right-to-work legislation with a 55 to 42 vote.
Indiana House Democrats did not show to the session Tuesday.
The House considered several amendments to the right-to-work bill Monday.
House Democrats received notice of another round of $1,000 fines after they failed to show for roll-call again Thursday.
Democrats left the floor Tuesday, protesting a House committee meeting on Right to Work.
After attending session on Monday, Democrats refused to show for session Tuesday.
Right to work passed a House committee Tuesday with a 8 to 5 vote.
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.
State Senator Luke Kenley said Congress should allow states to collect sales tax from all Internet retailers.