LITTLE ROCK (AP) — A Senate panel has advanced legislation that would use lottery revenues to fund $5,000 college scholarships for four-year schools and $2,500 scholarships for two-year schools.

The Senate State Agencies and Governmental Affairs Committee endorsed legislation Tuesday identical to a measure that a House panel approved a day earlier.

Sen. Kim Hendren of Gravette was the only lawmaker on the panel to vote against the legislation. Hendren had proposed that the lottery fund $4,000 scholarships for four-year schools and $2,000 for two-year schools, but his proposal did not get enough support for a vote.