A restatement of the Algebraic Dichotomy Conjecture, due to Marti and McKenzie, postulates that if a finite algebra possesses a weak near-unanimity term, then the corresponding constraint satisfaction problem is tractable. A binary operation is weak near-unanimity if and only if it is both commutative and idempotent. Thus if the dichotomy conjecture is true, any finite commutative, idempotent groupoid (CI-groupoid) will be tractable. It is known that every semilattice (associative CI-groupoid) is tractable.
A groupoid identity is of Bol-Moufang type if the same three variables appear on either side, one of the variables is repeated, the remaining two variables appear once, and the variables appear in the same order on either side (for example, $x(x(yz))=(x(xy))z$). These identities can be thought of as generalizations of associativity. We show that there are exactly 8 varieties of CI-groupoids defined by a single additional identity of Bol-Moufang type, derive some of their important structural properties, and use that structure theory to show that 7 of the varieties are tractable. We also characterize the finite members of the variety of CI-groupoids satisfying the self-distributive law $x(yz)=(xy)(xz)$, and show that they are tractable. Varieties of CI-groupoids satisfying other identities strictly weaker than associativity are also considered, and shown to be tractable.