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Peeps trial delayed: Easter to go ahead as scheduled

Last week, we told you a story involving Carol "Chay" Burdick, a Boulder resident going to court against her landlord after she was told to

remove an Easter display featuring marshmallow Peeps or face eviction

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Unfortunately, we'll have to wait before this sure-to-be-a-landmark legal case is resolved. A two-day trial was scheduled to begin today, but the Boulder Daily Camera reports that it's been pushed back to June 22.

A call to John Pineau, Burdick's lawyer, hasn't been returned at this writing; when and if it is, we'll update this blog. We certainly hope to hear a peep out of him, seeing as how the other Peeps will have to remain silent for almost three more months.

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