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The bill-signing, an unusual event outside of Washington, will be Tuesday at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science in City Park. The president also will give a speech about the economy.
President Barack Obama has chosen Colorado to sign the sweeping economic stimulus package into law Tuesday because of the state's potential for renewable energy jobs. That's according to Gov. Bill Ritter, who calls Colorado "a perfect venue" for Tuesday's signing of the $787 billion stimulus bill.
The package, which includes nearly $2 billion in funding for Colorado that will go to transportation projects, public education and new energy growth