The Colorado State Fair could be ending it's 146-year run in Pueblo as a legislative committee looks to fix the event's cash flow problems.
The Denver Post reports that the fair has been losing money and depending on millions of dollars in taxpayer subsidies for the last 13 years. Auditors told legislators Tuesday that there is no solution if the fair remains at its current location.
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