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AP — Some Florida strip club owners are lobbying to lower the age limit for dancers from 21 to years-old, calling the current age requirement unconstitutional.
A lawyer representing 13 clubs and four dancers in Jacksonville argued before a federal judge that dancing is a form of expression protected under the First Amendment. The city law currently bans dancers under the age of 21 and was passed in an effort to reduce sex trafficking.
The measure also requires dancer to have ID city-issued cards. District Judge Timothy Corrigan repeatedly asked about the trade-off between personal rights and pubic interests.
The Florida Times-Union reports the parties are also arguing over whether issuing ID cards to the dancers as a kind of work permit could be justified as a legal form of prior restraint on dancers who would otherwise have a right to perform. Sections U. Jacksonville strip clubs fight to lower dancer age to September 20, GMT. Connect with the definitive source for global and local news.
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