Last week a wide variety of issues were debated and voted on, including powdered alcohol, the annual “Possum Drop,” drivers licenses for undocumented immigrants, divesting the state from Iran, Sunday hunting and a proposed statue of Billy Graham at the U.S. Capitol. Even with the relatively active committee and session schedules, however, the pace has still been relatively slow compared to previous sessions. Only a handful of bills have been passed since January – 13 to be exact, roughly a third as many as were passed this time last long session. That will change over the next two weeks, as the annual crossover deadline, by which public bill that don’t have an effect on the state budget must be passed by the chamber in which they were filed, was moved from early May to April 30th.  Read the full report here.