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Colorado’s Tax Credit for Sierra Nevada Raises Questions

The governor’s office announced two weeks ago that Sierra Nevada plans to add 200 jobs in Colorado, noting that a new tax-incentive program played a central role in the expansion. What wasn’t noted was that the Nevada-based aerospace company laid off about a half-dozen employees in the Denver area this year, raising questions about whether the tax credit can appropriately be given to a company that recently cut jobs, The Denver Post reports.

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