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A recording engineer and cosmetologist claim in court that Nashville’s zoning ordinance allows businesses to operate from residential homes but prohibits most of them from serving clients on-site, in violation of their due process and equal protection rights.

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – A recording engineer and cosmetologist claim in court that Nashville’s zoning ordinance allows businesses to operate from residential homes but prohibits most of them from serving clients on-site, in violation of their due process and equal protection rights.

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