The House also passed a bill officially naming Sept. 11 as “Patriot Day.”
It wasn’t a particularly exciting end to the voter-approved 90-day session.
The amendment would add about $900 million to the state operating budget.
The House moved to increase this year’s dividend, but it became an argument between a dividend at $1,600 or a fully funded one.
Committees advanced key non-budget legislation on Wednesday.
Testifiers misunderstood the proposal, backers say.
No one likes the House plan to put the PFD and a POMV draw in the constitution.
The Legislature is nearing what’s normally the final sprint, but there’s still plenty of ways for things to unravel.
More on the PFD, marijuana and legislative pay dominated Day 51.
Kelly’s said “no” to taxes, but his political opponents say his stance will eventually mean no PFD, either.