Western Slope issues focus of roundtable

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Drawing Hickenlooper’s gaze outside his progressive bubble on the Front Range has been no easy task. Thanks to Representative Ray Scott and Club 20 for placing sufficient pressure on the Governor to get him to pay attention to the ongoing economic struggles of Western Slope communities. There are a lot of great ideas coming from local and state leaders on how to give our local economies a well-needed fiscal booster shot. With election year dynamics in play it will be interesting to watch whether or not Hickenlooper employs any of these great, non-partisan ideas, or remains in his safe little bubble where he appeases his progressive base and ignores the rest of Colorado beyond the Boulder/Denver axis.

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