DALLAS -The Oklahoma Legislature wrapped up its 2008 regular session late Friday by approving bills authorizing the state to issue a total of $475 million of bonds for roads, college professors, water control projects, and a Native American museum.

The House passed the final measure, which provides $100 million for the state's share of privately endowed university chairs, at 6 p.m. on Friday. The Legislature had been scheduled to adjourn earlier but extended the deadline until midnight.

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