Boise Cops: No Desire to be 'Cup Police' or Smell Tailgaters' Cups 

"The purpose of the [new] proposal is to make the law fair to citizens, and to allow [police officers] to focus on enforcement of more pressing issues."

With less than two months to go before the kickoff of another Boise State football season, city officials are quietly huddling to allow tailgaters to go deep--beyond the confines of the Bronco Stadium parking lot and as far as a portion of…

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