Ray Rasker

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Executive Director of Headwaters Economics in Bozeman, Montana, an independent, nonpartisan research firm that has analyzed the costs of western wildfires for the past decade

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In the suburbs of Colorado Springs, residents are discovering what happens when a forest fire comes to town.

Wildfires Rage across the West

In the suburbs of Colorado Springs, residents are discovering what happens when a forest fire comes to town.

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The worst fire in Colorado history is only halfway contained, and in the suburbs of Colorado Springs, residents and former residents are discovering what happens when a forest fire…

Forest Fires and Federal Money

The worst fire in Colorado history is only halfway contained, and in the suburbs of Colorado Springs, residents and former residents are discovering what happens when a forest fire…

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