With some notable exceptions, only the bills that make it out of the Labor & Public Employee Committee have a chance for passage in the 2010 General Assembly session. (Of course, some measures get put in as amendments to other bills, but that’s still more of the exception than the rule). 

So it’s worth taking a quick peek to see what bills still have a chance of becoming law this year because of their approval from the Labor committee in the next few weeks.  A full list is available here, but these are a few of the more newsworthy ones: 

These bills are in addition to the CHRO revisions and the paid sick leave measures that I’ve previously discussed as well. 

The regular session ends on May 5, 2010 so stay tuned over the next few weeks to see which measures move on, and which ones never get brought up for a vote.