NY Tax Doesn't Violate Strip Club's Speech Rights, Court Says

By Dorothy Atkins (November 3, 2016, 10:15 PM EDT) -- The New York State Supreme Court ruled Thursday that state laws that place an excise tax on admissions to adult entertainment clubs are constitutional, rejecting allegations brought by Larry Flynt's Hustler Club that the taxes singled out striptease performances in violation of free speech rights....

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