n Changes to the seat-belt law. Failure to wear a seat belt will remain a secondary offense; fines were not raised.

n Proposed fees for canoes and kayaks

n Language to create an outdoor user fee study

n Money to hire four new Senate staffers


n More money for higher education and adult education

n $250 million in borrowing to lower property taxes by giving more to kindergarten-through-grade 12 education, as voters approved last June

n $66 million in borrowing for the state’s saving account

n $120 million in borrowing to pay down future debt the state will owe to retired state workers and teachers

n New tax for satellite TV users, to be the same as cable users pay

n New tax on private rentals of vacation property

n $53 million in proposed cuts to social programs for the disabled, children and the elderly, such as prescription drug programs

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