Kansas Senate kills anti-nudity bill, saving strip clubs and adult businesses

It’s about time our region’s strip clubs and adult bookstores got a mark in the ‘Win’ column.

Today, Kansas senators voted 22-17 to leave the “Community Defense Act” in committee, essentially killing it for the remainder of the 2011 legislative session. Had the bill gotten to a full vote and passed the House and Senate, it could’ve shuttered the majority of Kansas strip clubs by putting them under the same pressures that Missouri’s clubs are currently laboring under.

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