Strip Club Cover Charge Is Legal

On 02-14-2012, In Legal Industry, by Blake Houser

2/14/2012   A request from Texas’ strip club industry to review whether the state’s $5 cover charge infringes upon free speech has been denied by the U.S. Supreme Court. The Sexually Oriented Business Fee Act of Texas, commonly referred to… Read more...
2/13/2012   According to local vineyard owners, a new law that allows small wineries to avoid distributors and directly ship to customers is a big win for their industry. This is despite the fact that it could take a couple… Read more...
2/13/2012   Nine shipments of orange juice from Canada and Brazil said to contain traces of an illegal fungicide was detained by U.S. health regulators on Friday. The health regulators also denied industry calls to modify the manner of testing… Read more...
2/12/2012   According to local vineyard owners, a new law that allows small wineries to avoid distributors and directly ship to customers is a big win for their industry. This is despite the fact that it could take a couple… Read more...
2/11/2012   A House panel on Thursday, in a move that signaled a defeat for the insurance industry and business groups, thumbed down a bill that would have added restrictions in “bad faith” legal challenges. In a narrow vote of… Read more...
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