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Police Detail

A federal court in New Hampshire dismissed a late-night lounge’s suit alleging it’s treated differently from other bars because the city of Manchester requires it to hire a police detail when it’s open for business. The city has “broad discretion to condition the continuance” of a business license on the hiring of a police detail, the court ruled.

CONCORD, N.H. — A federal court in New Hampshire dismissed a late-night lounge’s suit alleging it’s treated differently from other bars because the city of Manchester requires it to hire a police detail when it’s open for business. The city has “broad discretion to condition the continuance” of a business license on the hiring of a police detail, the court ruled.

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