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DENVER — Mindful they could end up as bidders for the good assets, large Colorado credit unions last week began assessing the fallout from the collapse of the $330 million Norlarco Credit Union of Fort Collins seen by most as a prime example of over-reach into risky construction and real estate loans.

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