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Thursday, April 14,2011

School of hard knocks

By Pamela White
Lori Schafer, a junior and editor of the Overland Scout, the school paper, wrote an article on March 8 about the death of a fellow student, Leibert Phillips, who died on Jan. 1 of a blood clot related to a fractured ankle he suffered during a school-sponsored wrestling tournament.
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Thursday, March 31,2011

Get your goat

By Pamela White
Denver might well beat Boulder County when it comes to getting its goat on, as the Denver City Council is currently mulling over an ordinance that would enable Denver residents to apply for a permit to own up to eight hens and/or ducks, together with up to two goats for milk, yogurt and cheese.
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Thursday, February 17,2011

Keep your laws off patients' brownies

By Pamela White
That's the reasoning behind House Bill 1250, which would ban the sale of edible forms of medical marijuana. The bill's sponsor, Rep. Cindy Acree, R-Aurora, claims she became aware that pot brownies, beverages and candy were accidentally being ingested by kids and landing them in the emergency room.
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Thursday, February 3,2011

Why people growl about dogs on open space

By Pamela White
I grew up in Boulder. My father, who during my childhood was an avid rock climber, mountaineering instructor and member of Colorado Mountain Club, helped construct some of the trails we hike on today. When I became an adult, it seemed right to give back to the mountains that had always meant so much to me and my family.
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Thursday, January 20,2011

Birth belongs to women, not doctors

By Pamela White
Rather than showing up on the date of her scheduled C-section, she stayed home and waited for her labor to begin naturally, certain her body could handle the task of delivering a child despite the slight increase in risks that comes with giving birth vaginally after having repeated C-sections.
Thursday, January 13,2011

War of words

Jared Loughner kills six and wounds 14 in Tucson. Is ‘vitriolic rhetoric’ to blame?

By Pamela White
Jared Lee Loughner, a 22-year old with a history of mental problems, buys a Glock 19 at a sporting goods store on Nov. 30. On Saturday, Jan. 8, he pops an extended magazine into the weapon and fires 31 rounds into a crowd of people who came to greet Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, 40, a moderate Democrat.
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Thursday, December 23,2010

When a fetus is the victim

By Pamela White
It's hard for anyone who hasn't lost a child to imagine Laurie Gorham's grief. Only six weeks away from giving birth to a baby boy, she was struck by a driver in a dark SUV who ran a stop sign, left tire tracks on her body and drove away. She barely survived.
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Thursday, December 16,2010

Terrorist or freedom fighter?

By Pamela White
Newt Gingrinch has accused him of 'information terrorism' and said he should be treated like an enemy combatant. Radio personality and columnist Jeffrey T. Kuhner has said the United States should treat him as they would any other high-profile terrorist target.
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Thursday, December 9,2010

Marriage 2.0

By Pamela White
When the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals upholds a lower court decision to overturn California's Proposition 8 as it almost certainly will it will be a victory not only for gays and lesbians, who will once again have the right to marry in California, but for heterosexual women, as well.
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Wednesday, November 24,2010

A burning issue

By Pamela White
The Dome fire, which was reported at about 8:10 a.m. Friday, Oct. 29, was so close to town that some Boulder residents found themselves under evacuation orders. Fortunately, the fire was largely contained by the following Sunday. No homes were destroyed..
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