Connecticut lawmakers have approved two wide-ranging bills that include details of the revised state budget, as well as legislation about roll-your-own tobacco that's at the center of the federal probe into House Speaker Chris Donovan's congressional campaign.
The Senate gave final legislative approval to the second of the two bills early Wednesday morning. Earlier on Tuesday night, the House of Representatives approved both bills.
The governor is expected to sign both into law.
The two measures spelled out details of many items included in the revised, $20.1 billion budget approved earlier this year. There were also proposals that failed during the regular session, which drew criticism from the minority Republicans.
The GOP said many of the concepts never had a public hearing.
Donovan did not preside over Tuesday's debate.