<![CDATA[Boulder - Weekly - Perspectives]]> <![CDATA[A more egalitarian economy]]> <![CDATA[After the deluge: What I told city council]]> <![CDATA[Passing the TPP: Not so fast]]> <![CDATA[The Democratic Party's two faces]]> <![CDATA[Is your boss ripping you off?]]> <![CDATA[Colorado's Amendment 64: How the amendment affects the state's budget]]> Amendment 64 isn’t about legalizing marijuana. It’s about money.]]> <![CDATA[University of Colorado response to Buffs football scholarship article]]> <![CDATA[The secret history of Boulder's socialist book store]]> <![CDATA[Renewable energy threatens big utilities]]> <![CDATA[ALEC’s attack on renewables arrives in Colorado]]> <![CDATA[Sometimes, the government comes in handy]]> <![CDATA[The impacts of privatizing the turnpike]]> <![CDATA[A challenge to end childhood hunger]]> <![CDATA[Stand up for your health]]> <![CDATA[A fracking threat to children]]> We’ve all seen (or at least heard of) the movie Erin Brockovich, in which a bold and fiercely determined mom takes on a chemical company for exposing a small town and the families and children that live there to toxic chemicals that have been linked to cancer. It’s Academy Award-winning material. And it’s happening again.]]> <![CDATA[It's time to open the vault on Kennedy]]> <![CDATA[The City of Boulder’s pot power grab]]> Some voters oppose Amendment 64 because it gives local governments too much power. The city of Boulder opposes it because it doesn’t give them enough.]]> <![CDATA[Stand up for Walmart workers]]> <![CDATA[Limit corporate welfare]]> <![CDATA[Facing a crossroads]]>