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In 2006, Money magazine recognized Colorado Springs as the No. 1 big city (of 300,000 people or more) in which to live. The rankings take into account a variety of social, financial and cultural indicators. Here's how the Springs compares to the rest of the Top 10 in some economics categories.

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