Occupy Boulder Gets Deaf Ear From City Council

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BOULDER, Colo. (AP) -- More than a dozen people who claim to be participants in the Occupy Boulder movement are getting little sympathy after they aired their grievances with the city council on Tuesday.

None of the council members responded to the group's comments.

According to the Boulder Daily Camera, the protesters from the anti-Wall Street movement are complaining about the city's anti-camping laws and city investments in big banks.

Boulder police so far have arrested seven campers and issued more than a dozen camping tickets after protesters set up camp on the Pearl Street Mall.