Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper apparently isn't a big fan of Gaylord Entertainment's plans for a big resort outside Denver. Hickenlooper, who doesn't have a direct say in deciding where Colorado tourism incentive dollars go, says he's all for boosting local companies.
“If you look at the local subsidies and the state subsidies, we’re going to be giving many hundreds of millions of dollars for a company to come in and compete with a lot of our local businesses,” the governor told CPR’s Megan Verlee. “I’m not sure that’s bottom-up economic development. That’s not how I think of it.”
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