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Thursday, October 17,2013

Election Guide 2013 Intro: Serving the voters of Boulder County is our privilege

By Joel Dyer
Producing Boulder Weekly’s annual vote guide is an enlightening experience for all of us who work on this special edition.
Wednesday, October 16,2013

Boulder City Council candidate questions and answers Part 2

By Boulder Weekly Staff
Boulder Weekly's five questions for Boulder City Council candidates, and their answers, continued.
Thursday, October 10,2013

A few questions for our city council candidates

By Boulder Weekly Staff
Our local elected officials can determine, to varying degrees, whether our local economies shrink or grow, the availability of good jobs, the long-term outlook for housing prices. A city council can have a huge say in whether or not a municipality will be more or less environmentally responsible.
Thursday, October 10,2013

Louisville City Council candidate questions and answers

By Boulder Weekly Staff
Boulder Weekly's five questions for Boulder City Council candidates, and their answers.
Thursday, October 10,2013

Lafayette City Council candidate questions and answers

By Boulder Weekly Staff
Boulder Weekly's five questions for Boulder City Council candidates, and their answers.
Thursday, October 10,2013

Longmont City Council and mayoral candidate questions and answers

By Boulder Weekly Staff
Boulder Weekly's five questions for Longmont City Council and mayoral candidates, and their answers.
Thursday, October 10,2013

Boulder City Council candidate questions and answers Part 1

By Boulder Weekly Staff
Boulder Weekly's five questions for Boulder City Council candidates, and their answers.
Thursday, October 3,2013

Pot taxes a sticky issue

Debate rages on how much to tax, regulate retail marijuana industry

By David Accomazzo
When Colorado voters approved the marijuana-legalizing Amendment 64 last year, they also granted permission to the legislature to enact an excise tax of up to 15 percent on all wholesale marijuana purchases. The first $40 million collected from such a tax would, each year, go to a fund dedicated to public school construction, and any additional taxes raised would go to enforcement agencies.
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