DENVER -- Colorado cities, facing economic sanctions after last month's popular vote to bar homosexual rights legislation, seemed more concerned this week with snowfall than with fallout from boycotts of the state's vital tourism industry.

Ski resort cities from Aspen to Vail, and Denver, with its growing convention trade, stand to lose millions of dollars if the move by gay rights groups and their supporters continues to punish the state because voters adopted the amendment to the state constitution.

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