MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) -- A summary of action in the Alabama Legislature on Monday, the 30th and final meeting day of the regular session:
-Joined the Senate in rejecting the governor's proposal to delay Alabama's new private school tax credits for two years.
-Gave final approval to a major overhaul of Alabama's gun laws, including allowing workers to keep guns in their vehicles while at their jobs. Goes to governor.
-Gave final approval to a bill to provide funds for breast cancer treatment and education. Goes to governor.
-Gave final approval to a proposed constitutional amendment authorizing $50 million in bonds for building National Guard armories.
-Overrode veto by Gov. Robert Bentley of a local bill to allow school employees in Franklin County to carry a weapon if they have been trained as police officers.
-Joined Senate in passing a bill to make elder abuse a crime. Goes to governor.
-Gave final approval to a bill allowing city and county school systems to hire armed school guards that have had police training. Goes to governor.
-Gave final approval to a bill saying prosecutors no longer have to put on witnesses and prove guilt when a person pleads guilty to capital murder and is going to be sentenced to life without parole. Goes to governor.
-Gave final approval to a bill making it a felony for a parent to neglect to promptly notify authorities when their child is missing or dead. Goes to governor.
-Gave final approval to a $30 million bond issue to repair tornado-damaged schools. Goes to governor.
-Joined the House in giving final approval to a $50 million bond issue for school technology equipment. Goes to governor.
-House Rules Committee rejected a resolution to discourage local schools from adopting Common Core educational standards.