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Saturday, April 10, 2021

Boulder elected officials this week decided to back a jail reform bill that, if passed, would end cash bail and pre-trial jail time for people accused of non-violent and lower-level crimes. Lobbyists believe it’s likely to become law, but proponents are concerned that opposition — initially coming primarily from Boulder — has begun spreading to other cities.

“In the months of meaningful deep work that has made this bill…

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