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Boulder Voters Say (Again): “We’ll Lead Movement To Energy Democracy”

Measure 2L passed with 51.7% of the vote, keeping Boulder on course to make history as first city to municipalize its electric company in years, and the only one ever to do it specifically to advance clean, local power
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