'Champions' gets a boost 

A new analysis of Colorado Springs' revised City for Champions proposal greatly increases the amount of rebates for which the project qualifies. According to Economic & Planning Systems, Inc., the city should receive $53.1 million in tax revenue, or $1.77 million per…

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