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.
Whoever buys the house on Dunn Street in Bloomington will be responsible for moving it off its current property.
Richard Lugar, who has been critical of action in Libya, recommended Congress should assert its rights under the War Powers Act
Planned Parenthood to lose state funding and be forbidden to accept Medicaid.
The House has completed the work it was supposed to finish six weeks ago. But legislators have just four weeks left to finish the rest of their assignments.
House Democrats say they want to be satisfied some Republican legislation is not unconstitutional before they return to the Statehouse from Illinois.
A bill moving through the statehouse would eliminate the requirement that school administrators be licensed.