Was Gov. Jared Polis wrong to observe that Denver seems to have a better chance than Grand Junction of becoming the new home of the Bureau of Land Management's relocated headquarters?

The governor seems aware that he touched a nerve with a statement he made before Denver business leaders at a luncheon on Wednesday.

"Denver is the most likely site even though we are more supportive of Grand Junction from an economic development perspective," he was quoted as saying in a Colorado Sun story.

Read more at The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel.

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