Some measures that passed the legislature this year include a reduction of the business personal property tax and changes to the state's criminal code.
The House Monday approved legislation that allows guns on school property if it is locked in a car.
Lawmakers approved a bill Monday that requires high school and youth football coaches in Indiana to be trained on concussion safety.
This week's debate focused on a proposed pre-k pilot program and an abortion bill that requires doctors to report their information to the state.
A hearing over state funded preschool is scheduled for Wednesday after Governor Pence made it one of his legislative priorities.
The expansion would be funded through rider fees and corporate and employment taxes.
House Speaker Brian Bosma has joked about the troubled technology. He asked someone to bring him an abacus earlier this week to help tally votes.
Legislators are considering measures regarding same-sex marriage, state-funded preschool and trespassing on agricultural facilities.
The Republicans are seeking to reduce a tax on business property and identify how to use $400 million in transportation funding.
The legislature will not convene Monday as originally planned because of the low temperatures and heavy snow.