The penalty for employing 18- to 20-year-olds to work nude, topless, or "in a sexually oriented commercial activity" is now 2 to 20 years in prison.
Plus: Justin Amash's quick reversal, Ronan Farrow's flaws, and more...
A city ordinance let officers harass women as part of a licensing inspection process. A judge ruled it unconstitutional.
Police initially said the arrests were part of "a long-term investigation into...human trafficking" and prostitution.
...and reminds everyone that sometimes a strip show is just a strip show.
"There is nothing inherent" to strip clubs "that causes crime," say city planners.
In a series of protests, strip club workers and their allies are pushing back against abusive policing.
Investigators say an administrative assistant with the Public Safety Department pocketed cash payments from adult entertainers and fudged records to cover for it.
Reforms would also raise minimum-age threshold for Texas strippers from 18 to 21.
"Put a G-string on" and let the topless, drunken good times roll suggest some on the Chicago City Council.
Measure would allow licensed "cabarets" to offer both alcohol and topless dancing.
Georgia Lawmakers Say Strip Clubs Cause Men to Rape Children So Club Owners Must Pay for State's Fight Against Sex Trafficking
A stripper is a sex-trafficker is a source of state revenue right?