DALLAS -- Colorado lawmakers today begin debating a $200 million-plus package of incentives that could get United Airlines to commit to the new Denver International Airport.

While the proposed incentives face an uncertain vote in the General Assembly, many agree that a rich enough package of tax breaks could bolster investor confidence in the near-junk rated bonds and end local efforts to stop the $2.4 billion project.

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