The bill is going back to the Senate for approval with the included amendments.
Talk of the statehouse this week included Fort Wayne Republican Representative Bob Morris' statements about the Girl Scouts.
A House bill set aside an additional $5 million from recently discovered corporate tax revenue that had been misplaced.
The Indiana legislature decided to delay passing final regulations on outdoor stage equipment inspections they receive the results of a study committee.
The legislation would also dedicate more funds to full-day kindergarten.
Most of the action in the statehouse happened outside of the legislature.
After a report said the Indiana State Fair Commission was unprepared on the night of the stage collapse, the commission is reviewing its safety standards.
The Indiana Occupational Safety and Health Administration is releasing a report Wednesday regarding the events surrounding the state fair stage collapse.
Indiana will be giving money to the State Fair stage collapse victims in addition to the $5 million it gave to victims and their families in December.
64 of the 65 claimants who were offered settlements from the state fair disaster have accepted those offers.