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Clay County has hired First Amendment lawyer Michael Kahn to rewrite an unconstitutional adult entertainment ordinance. The current ordinance bans adult entertainment businesses in the county.

Clay County Hires Lawyer to Rewrite Unconstitutional Adult Entertainment Ordinance

Clay County officials have hired a First Amendment lawyer to rewrite what they call an unconstitutional ordinance concerning adult entertainment businesses. The proposed ordinance would apply only to the county’s unincorporated areas, which make up over half the county.


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In the News: Statewide Employee Drug Testing Without Suspicion Ruled Unconstitutional, Lottery Sales Terminated At Pompano Beach Locations, Local Residents Complete Boston Marathon, Student Loan Borrowers Pay When Co-Signer Dies

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