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Nightclubs

Nightclubs failed to convince an appeals court in Indiana that a Covid-19-related ordinance in Fort Wayne, which required “semi-nude” employees at sexually-oriented businesses to stay six feet away from all patrons, violated their constitutional rights to free speech.

INDIANAPOLIS — A group of nightclubs failed to convince an appeals court in Indiana that a Covid-19-related ordinance in Fort Wayne, which required “semi-nude” employees at sexually-oriented businesses to stay 6 feet away from all patrons, violated their constitutional rights to free speech.

Categories / Appeals, Business, Civil Rights, Entertainment, Health

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