With less than 48 hours left in this year’s 30-day session, legislation that would force lobbyists to return to an old standard of disclosing what they spend to influence public officials, including state lawmakers, might make it to the governor’s desk. House leadership says Senate Bill 67 won’t face challenges if it comes to the House floor. The bill would restore to 100 percent the amount of expenditures lobbyists are required to publicly report. It cleared the Senate last week, and passed with little debate through its first House committee this morning. Next step is passing the House Judiciary Committee.