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Guest Columns

Home Rule

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Mark Fearer’s piece on common problems faced by tenants (“The Unrepentant Tenant,” Sept. 8, 2022) and the mention of the Boulder housing code caught...

Plenty of food, but not for all farmworkers

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On a summer morning in southern Idaho, the day breaks early, before 6 a.m. The air is stale, never fully cooled from the heat...

Market forces for products, not people

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There is a lot of discussion about teacher pay in the United States, and Colorado is no exception. What gets less attention is the...

The houseplant industry’s threat to biodiversity

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From the onset of the COVID pandemic, houseplant sales have skyrocketed. Nurseries and greenhouses across the country have struggled to keep up with the...

Imagine a great river, flowing free

Some environmental groups and water honchos have sponsored a “Rewilding of Glen Canyon” contest, with the winner getting $4,000 “and counting.” The contest’s goal...

Job market not so much to brag about

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Noticing all the rosy accolades about the job market in the commercial media, one would think the economy is on cloud nine and workers...

Guest opinion: Failure to stop Gross Dam expansion is a travesty

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Dear Boulder County Commissioners, The failure to stop the Gross Dam Expansion project can only be described as a terrible and constant string of failures,...

Open space development isn’t a solution for inequity

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Timothy Thomas’ “opinion” in the October 7, 2021 issue of Boulder Weekly (“Open Space, CU South and civil rights: A first step towards ‘Just...

Boulder can choose compassion over exclusion

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We started the Bedrooms Are For People campaign to make Boulder a more inclusive and welcoming place to call home. We want to live...

A peaceful display is met with violence

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Guest opinion by Charlie Danaher History is replete with examples of peaceful movements being met with violence. Sometimes the violence is perpetrated by the state,...

The Highland City Club Has a racism problem

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Guest opinion The Highland City Club is a social center in downtown Boulder for the type of people who can afford their $500 a month...

The real Safer Boulder

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By Brooke Harrison, PhD and Leslie Chandler, Safer Boulder members Who is Safer Boulder? Safer Boulder is a nonpartisan grass-roots organization committed to supporting public...