The House and Senate have full agendas on Thursday, the 52nd day of the legislative session. Here's what to watch:
-- The Senate will vote on the so-called Pop-tart bill (SB 7029). The NRA-supported measure would protect children who play with simulated weapons in school from facing suspension or expulsion.
-- The upper chamber will also consider a controversial abortion bill by Sen. Anitere Flores (SB 918) that would restrict abortions after a fetus is determined "viable." A vote on the proposal is expected Friday.
-- Up in the House: HB 7095, which would create a process for professional sports franchises to compete for sales tax rebates for construction and renovation projects.
-- The lower chamber will also take up HB 7113, an omnibus bill that addresses trauma centers, nurse practitioners and virtual healthcare services.
-- Any outstanding budget issues will be heard by the full Appropriations conference committee beginning Wednesday.