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Boulder has a racial equity tool—But it’s too white to use it Boulder loves a grand plan, and there was perhaps none grander than its racial equity plan, adopted last year, and accompanying assessment tool. Together, they provide a path...

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Returning to the evolving tenant’s movement in Boulder, my last column promised to delve further into the battle to obtain interest on deposits, and the warranty of habitability. Interest on Deposits In 1982 the Renter’s Rights Project first introduced the modest...

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A Boulder nonprofit and an innovative solar company join forces to offer clean energy solutions to outdoor enthusiasts

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Elvis had a soft spot for Southern comfort food, and this recipe for tomato fritters gave him rubber legs.

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Cannabis legalization actually makes traffic safer, new research suggests—stacking another reason against prohibition
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