The Oregon Legislature's session was bound to have a few wobbles this year.
Having the governor resign a month into his term shook up state government at many levels.
The legislature got back on track and completed its work on a two-year budget for schools, prisons, police, and all of the responsibilities of state government.
But it left some business unfinished, too, like a major bill to fix up Oregon's transportation infrastructure.
House Speaker Tina Kotek presided over half of the legislative apparatus.
She joins us with reflections on the session's achievements.