CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- West Virginia's attorney general and pharmacy schools are among the beneficiaries of a funding measure approved by the Legislature.
Lawmakers also voted Thursday to update the Tax Department's rule-making authority.
Passage of those bills allowed the Senate and House of Delegates to adjourn the special session convened by Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin.
The governor's agenda mostly reflected proposals that died during the recent special session.
Thursday's funding measure provides $10 million for natural disaster relief. The attorney general's office will receive $1.9 million for a new phone system.
State mental health facilities will get $3 million. Another $1 million will fund scholarships for pharmacy students at West Virginia and Marshall universities.
Other agenda items will gradually raise magistrate court pay and allow tax-supported financing of a Morgantown-area development project.