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The Peeps court: Boulder woman goes to trial over Easter decor

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Is creating an Easter display out of Peeps an evictable defense?

That's what a Boulder court may determine next week, when the case of AIMCO versus Carol "Chay" Burdick finally goes to court -- and there are plenty of issues to chew on.

As Michael Roberts notes, it "could impact the way in which all Americans worship and celebrate a higher power." Read about it here.

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