Lawmakers technically have until Monday to finish this year's session.
The question now: What programs, if any, could be cut?
A House bill to give Indiana school districts the option take part in state-paid handgun training for teachers advanced in a Senate committee.
Legislators are racing to get their bills to the finish line with about three weeks left in the session.
"This does not allow people to become a vigilante," state Rep Jim Lucas said. "That's the farthest thing from it."
"There are right now in Indiana a little over 100 illegal apps that people can use to bet on sports."
Indiana legislators are looking at teacher handgun training, animal cruelty, hemp and teacher pay.
Marion County Prosecutor Terry Curry also spoke about hate crimes measures in the Indiana Legislature.
Just weeks ago, a list of protected characteristics was removed from the Senate's original hate crimes bill, which is now in the House.
Indiana is one of 13 states with an elected superintendent.