Sen. Joe Donnelly (D-Indiana) voted for the legislation Thursday, but Sen. Dan Coats (R-Indiana) voted against it.
Lawmakers from both houses will meet Monday to work out the differences between the House and Senate versions of a bill aimed to make casinos more competitive.
The bill broadens the steps schools must take to address bullying both in and out of the school building.
The Indiana Senate on Wednesday passed a bill that allows more students to become eligible for the state's school voucher program.
A House committee has inserted the Amazon language into an unrelated bill, in an attempt to keep it alive for negotiations.
A House bill creating a second court in Owen County did not get a hearing, but a Senate bill doing the same has passed both houses.
The governor's proposed 10 percent cut is greater than the savings offered by Senate Republicans Thursday.
The Senate will vote next week on a bill to tighten Indiana‘s definition of bullying, and require schools to craft a policy for addressing it.
Legislators already differ on whether the bill amounts to an expansion of gambling.
The Indiana Senate has voted in favor of a convention to consider constitutional amendments that would rein in federal spending.