Census ranks Colorado as ninth-fastest-growing state

Colorado is still growing like gangbusters, according to preliminary U.S. census data released Tuesday.  From 2000 to 2010, Colorado was the ninth-fastest-growing state in the U.S. by population increase — 727,935 residents — and percentage increase — 16.92%.  “From the business side of things, growth is a category you want to be in,” said Maclyn Clouse, a professor of finance at the University of Denver.  “It tells the business world this is a state that’s still growing, still attracting new residents who want to be here instead of somewhere else, and business investment and jobs are likely to follow.”  Read article:

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