Colorado's 2018 legislative session is over. It ended late Wednesday night with a deal to change the way public employees receive their retirement benefits.

The 2018 session also saw a deal on transportation funding, the expulsion of a member after he was accused of sexual harassing lawmakers and lobbyists and a partisan battle over the Colorado Civil Rights Commission.

It was also the last term for both House Speaker Crisanta Duran (D-Denver) and Senate President Kevin Grantham (R-Canon City).

The two sat down with reporter Brandon Rittiman to talk about the 180-day session and what's next for them as they prepare to leave the legislature.