Missouri’s 97th General Assembly is entering its final week of session today at the State Capitol. 18-hundred measures have been introduced this session and about 90 have been passed thus far. Some of the action taken by lawmakers includes a tax cut override along with a final budget. A number of bills have also been sent to the Governor’s desk including a piece of legislation that would speed up the process of terminating parental rights for parents who are deemed unfit because of drug addiction as well as a bill that would prevent schools from discriminating against students for religious viewpoints and expression. Several bills that have been debated but not passed could also be taken up this week.