Colorado's Growth: Rocky Territory for the State House?

Tuesday, January 05, 2010

Colorado's population has just rate hit the five million mark.  It is in the top five fastest growing states in the nation and its rate of growth has remained steady, even during the recession.  What is attracting new residents to the Rocky Mountain State and are all of those new residents a good thing for a state is dealing with a budget crisis?  Denver Post staff writer Burt Hubbard says there are certainly some growing pains that come with new residents moving in.  Rajeev Vibhakar and Chip Raches explain what attracted them to move to Denver.

Guests:

Burt Hubbard, Chip Raches and Rajeev Vibhakar

Contributors:

Jen Poyant

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