Measures passed by legislature on session's last day.
Separate appearances on "Talkline" points toward rift.
Bills approved in final hours of session.
House and Senate members also agree on how to fill current budget year's revenue gap.
Emmaleigh's Law among the bills passed and sent to the governor.
Collections were better in March.
Governor could veto bill that eliminates funding for industry.
The $9 million already included in budgets that passed Senate and House.
House provisions added back in after Tuesday gutting.
Governor again criticizes GOP budget moves.
Bill also would allow for instructional minutes to be counted toward school calendar.
Former secretary of state will work for NYU's Brennan Center for Justice.
Operators want to place more machines at best performing locations.
Delegates argue this will be their only chance to vote the bill up or down.
Judiciary chairman says this year's bill is limited and won't impact pending court case.
Those for an against the bill speak out.
50 percent credit would be available for 5 years.
Constitution and Bill of Rights would be taught.
Measure removing $15 million subsidy passes despite pleas from Northern Panhandle senators.
Jail and prison workers would get a $2,008 raise.