var _informq = _informq || []; _informq.push(["embed"]); Rising living costs, stagnant wages, expensive housing, congested roads and legalized weed were all reasons people offered for departing Colorado when The Denver Post asked on Facebook. Some complained the state they once knew had changed too much, while others lamented that economic realities left them no choice.

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