El Paso County’s economy relies heavily on the military for its job creation, housing growth and increases in personal income. That could mean trouble in the coming year if a 12-member “super committee” decides to cut billions from the federal budget, including defense spending over the next 10 years. “That ‘gang’ of 12 could have […]

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