Colorado’s latest economic forecast shows that the state is bringing in more money that was originally budgeted for this year and next. It’s the first sign of promising economic news in months and the Governor says it means no new budget cuts. But state economists warn that the recovery will still be long and slow. Bente Birkeland reports from Denver.

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