As usual, the end of the 2010 legislative session has been accompanied by a chorus of spin. To Senate President Brandon Shaffer, 2010 was "the most bipartisan session" he's experienced to date. Meanwhile, House Minority Leader Mike May--acknowledging some bipartisan victories--said the session was defined by Democrats' "assault on Colorado jobs."
Partisan talking points aside, several significant pieces of legislation were passed in 2010, many of them after fierce debates that pitted legislators against against members of their own parties. We decided to highlight some of the most consequential laws passed during the session, and want to know your opinion. Let us know the best (and worse) laws passed by the Colorado legislature in 2010: