Here are the results of major legislative issues from the session that ended Friday in the Illinois General Assembly:
A bill enacting the strictest regulation of hydraulic fracturing , or fracking, was passed by both houses and sent to the governor.
A bill enacting concealed carry  for weapons was passed by both houses and sent to the governor.
Pension reform was not approved .
A bill shifting pension costs  over time to colleges and universities, though it passed the House, failed in the Senate.
Gay marriage was not approved .
An expansion of gambling was not approved .
The budget for higher education  will stay essentially the same as a year ago.
An economic development bill for projects across the state, including a proposed fertilizer plant in Tuscola, were approved and sent to the governor.