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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Randy Cohen
"You just can't take for granted you're always going to have the support, you're always going to have the money," said Cohen, vice president of research and policy at Americans for the Arts.
Randy Cohen, a Washington-based arts policy expert, said Denver can and must build on the reputation for innovation it earned 25 years ago with the creation of the Scientific & Cultural Facilities District, known as SCFD.