The fight over Governor Ritter’s proposal to eliminate roughly 130 million dollars in business tax exemptions and credits extended into the wee hours Thursday morning, and the debate is far from over. Just hours after the hearing, opposing sides further locked down on their positions when business and education groups held back to back rallies at the state capitol. Bente Birkeland has more from Denver.

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