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"Analysts from across the political spectrum may disagree on the proper course for the state, but they agree that the current fiscal structure cannot be maintained," TBD Colorado Board Chair Greg Maffei said in a statement.
TBD Colorado Board members based their recommendations on conversations with more than 1,200 Coloradans during 70 public meetings statewide during the past year. Hickenlooper, seeking to solve Colorado's problems with the aid of broad civic engagement, formed the nonprofit group in January last year. The group's recommendations were presented to Hickenlooper and the TBD Colorado Advisory Group during a meeting Wednesday at the Denver Botanic Gardens.
"We have never before seen a statewide community engagement on this level in Colorado," Hickenlooper said in a statement. "We are grateful to the thousands of Coloradans who participated in TBD Colorado and to the outstanding community leaders who helped oversee the process."
"We know the path forward is not easy, but we are
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