Colorado Springs unveils a tourism proposal full of striking numbers and nagging questions 

How to be a ‘Champion’

Colorado Springs submitted its ambitious $218.6 million tourism tax proposal to the state Monday, shedding more light on Mayor Steve Bach's plan to build a baseball stadium and an Olympic museum downtown; a wellness center at the University of Colorado at Colorado…

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