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Updates from Current Issue

 

Land Use Law Report, Volume 46, Number 2, February 2018

Constitutionality & Sexually Oriented Businesses

 

Court Stifles Free Speech Claim Since County Provides Plenty Of Opportunities For SOBs

Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Smut claimed the county violated its First Amendment right to free speech because the county did not provide reasonable alternative means for Smut to communicate, and it showed no substantial government interest in restricting AUBs. Smut also argued it was exempt from the zoning ordinance setback requirements, which the county tightened by amending

 

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