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Number of Protesters at Grand Opening of Illegal Pete's in Fort Collins: Zero

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At our Cafe Society Blog, Mary Willson notes that protesters were nowhere to be scene despite all the controversy stirred by Illegal Pete's new Fort Collins restaurant.

Colorado Pols thinks the GOP's leadership choices in the Colorado Senate are "bizarre"....

...while Colorado Peak Politics lauds a "reborn" Ken Buck, picked to head the freshman class of newly elected Republican Congressional representatives.

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