A bill requiring carbon monoxide detectors on some boats in Minnesota has likely its last committee stop this morning before a vote in the state Senate. It’s dubbed Sophia’s Law, after the seven-year-old girl who died of carbon monoxide poisoning on Lake Minnetonka last summer. Also today, there’s a hearing in a key Senate committee on a controversial bill that would establish a family medical leave program for all Minnesota workers, paid for by employers and employees. And committees continue working on various parts of the state budget — E-12 education, higher ed, a jobs bill and others. The adjustments are prompted by the state’s budget surplus.