Let's just suppose they spend five minutes on each measure. That's 495 minutes -- or 8.5 hours. But you know if will be much longer than that. Still on the list are two TIDD bills -- likely to cause some of the longest debate this session.
Check out the agenda here.
(At the moment, the House is on a measure to make this Cowboy Day at the Roundhouse.)
So while it was the Senate who stayed up late last night, look for the House to be the moonlighting chamber today -- even though the Senate has 184 items on it's to-do list. Many of those, however, are memorials. Here's that agenda.
Update, 12:55 p.m.
Without taking action on any meaty items, the House is now in recess until 6 or 7 tonight.