Native Coloradans curse the wave of California newcomers who they say eat up their state's undeveloped land. But much of California's suburban growth actually comes from Colorado citizens who flee the cities for the burgeoning suburbs. The Denver Post reports, "IRS figures show that newcomers from California and other states tended to settle in Colorado's urban counties first. At the edges of Colorado's metropolitan areas, the movement to newly built subdivisions was led by people from neighboring counties."
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