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More than 90 million Americans visited Colorado last year, according to a report from the Colorado Tourism Office and Longwoods Travel USA. If you asked a Coloradan, he might speculate that all of them were Texans. Coloradans famously love to complain about tourists and transplants from our state. This attitude is not new—in 1978, Molly Ivins summed it up as the not wholly inaccurate belief that Texans are “a bunch of no-class yahoos with more money than taste”—but it has intensified in recent years, as thousands of Texans (and other Americans) have flocked to the Centennial State, playing a role in driving realty prices sky-high, opening ritzy new developments, and making it ever harder for locals to afford to live there. In our defense, it…
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