The Boulder City Council voted Feb. 2 to adopt an ordinance that will probably, in its final form, give police and the courts a way to ticket total nudity, but allow toplessness.
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We need to think about whether we want to foster Boulder as a place for innovative work and groundbreaking research, or whether we want to see that slowly move elsewhere as we lock the city in time.
The nine-member council that's to be sworn into office Nov. 17 will reflect a sharply divided city, with the real progressives holding a tenuous 5-4 majority.
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