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Sunday, June 04, 2017

CNBC interviewed CO gov John Hickenlooper this morning

after new stats showed CO unemployment numbers are the LOWEST in the nation, while our property values are sky-rocketing.

Colorado has the highest average elevation of any state, but it also has the lowest unemployment rate.
While the national unemployment rate dropped to 4.3 percent in May, the lowest since 2001, Colorado's jobless rate is the nation's lowest at 2.3 percent.
"We worked very hard to reduce red tape, to try to attract young entrepreneurs."
In an interview with CNBC's "On The Money," Hickenlooper said, "More than anything we wanted Colorado to think of itself as a place, not just for outdoor recreation, but a place to go and start a business. "
While the Red(neck) states cling to coal, "We have over 2,000 companies that do either renewable energy or clean tech." 
Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper says his booming economy is the result of efforts to make the Centennial State more "pro-business." 
"We worked very hard to reduce red tape, to try to attract young entrepreneurs."
The governor says one of the growing industries in Colorado is clean energy. "We have over 2,000 companies that do either renewable energy or clean tech."
While last week President Donald Trump announced the U.S. will leave the Paris climate accord, Hickenlooper called it "a serious mistake on several levels."
"In the short term," he tells CNBC, "more than 60, 000 employees" work in the clean energy sector in his state. "If that begins to contract or kind of be squelched, that's obviously not good for Colorado."
Globally, Hickenlooper says Trump's decision " leaves a vacuum." 
Bottom line, CO is a proud Blue/Dem state, that the Liar in Chief is out to destroy, through his ignorance and vindictiveness. As proud Coloradan, I proudly hoist BOTH middle fingers to to the Orange Clown and his clueless minions.


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