DALLAS - Colorado is facing a growing fiscal crisis that will require a structural change in how the state matches revenue with expenditures, according to a report yesterday from the Center for Colorado's Economic Future at the University of Denver.

"The problem is mathematical - there is simply not enough money to pay for the government we have created and the services many of us have come to expect," the report stated. "Barring a quick and dramatic turnaround in the economy, it appears that the current fiscal system cannot be sustained much longer."

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