Obstacles on the Road to the Denver Convention

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The City of Denver worked hard to attract this year's Democratic convention, hoping to spotlight the new international airport, the new wing on the art museum and the light rail system that was key to reviving a faded downtown. Now there's a shortage of money, and the Denver daisies may not bloom on time. Nevertheless, the Democrats, the press and thousands of hangers on will arrive in Denver the last week of August. Nicholas Riccardi is Denver Bureau Chief for the Los Angeles Times.




Warren Olney