By BJ Reyes
House and Senate lawmakers wrapped up the 2013 legislative session on Thursday, sending the last handful of measures to the Gov. Neil Abercrombie for consideration and officially killing a few others, including a measure to establish the offense of disorderly conduct at bus stops (House Bill 31) and a proposal to create a new captive insurance company to manage the Employee-Union Trust Fund (Senate Bill 946).
The Senate adjourned around 11:55 a.m., followed about 15 minutes later by the House.
Senators made their way to the House chamber for lunch and to say their goodbyes. Gov. Neil Abercrombie even joined hand-in-hand with lawmakers (above photo) to sing the Legislature's traditional farewell song, "Hawaii Aloha."