Rep. Bill Zedler has filed a bill to require employees at sexually oriented businesses to get a license and display it while working. The conservative lawmaker said he hopes the measure, if it passes, might encourage women to find another line of work. "They won't want to get a license as a stripper from the state of Texas," Zedler said of his legislation. "I think it would keep a lot of girls from getting involved in that lifestyle and basically wrecking their lives. "This will force everyone to clean up their act," he said. "Overall, it will be a benefit to everyone concerned."Read more »
The people who own and manage Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, as well as some local politicians, don’t want a strip club to be the first thing visitors see upon arrival.
But this is entirely appropriate. There’s already an amateur strip club developing inside airports already.
A town in Montana is on the verge of passing an anti-smut law so vague that it may make watching Cinemax illegal. The bureaucrats were so lazy when writing this law that they plagiarized it word for word from another town. The proposed law contains references to city code that only exists in the other towns' books.Read more »
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