Our Daily Digest is a lunchtime look at the stories we have our eyes on at the Capitol and beyond. Here’s what we are watching today:

The 84th Legislative Session has officially come to a close. Both chambers officially gaveled out for the final time this year early this afternoon. It comes after a jam-packed weekend that sent a flurry of bills to the governor’s desk, including the campus carry bill, the final vote on open carry, legalizing a form of medical cannabis oil and changing the way individual schools are graded. It also marked the end of several lawmakers’ tenures in the Legislature. Rep. Sylvester Turner (D – TX House District 139), Rep. Jimmie Don Aycock (R – TX House District 54), Rep. Allen Fletcher (R – Texas House District 130) and Rep. Joe Farias (D – TX House District 118) have all announced they will not be returning for the next session in 2017. Some have other political aspirations, others are returning to private citizenship.

Make sure to tune in to Capital Tonight at 7 and 11 tonight for a special Sine Die edition to cap off the 84th Legislative Session. We’ll be joined by political strategists Harold Cook and Ted Delisi as well as Harvey Kronberg from the Quorum Report. We’ll look back on the key takeaways from the session, the biggest policy decisions affecting Texans, and the political implications for state lawmakers moving forward. Tune in on Time Warner Cable News in Austin and San Antonio.