Ga. High Court Hands Strippers A Win On Alcohol Rule

Law360, New York (September 29, 2009, 4:25 PM EDT) -- Georgia's highest court has ruled that an Atlanta ordinance barring those under the age of 21 from entering or remaining at any business that sells alcohol is unconstitutional, siding with five under-21 exotic dancers who claimed the ordinance illegally prevented them from working at an adult nightclub.

The Supreme Court of Georgia ruled Monday that the trial court had wrongly upheld the constitutionality of the Atlanta city ordinance and said the ordinance was designed to allow workers over the age of 18 to dispense or serve...
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