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Provides an introduction and explanation for laws requiring fixed distances between dancers and patrons, touching upon the decline of the secondary effects doctrine. While the First Amendment prohibits the outlaw of exotic dancing and the enactment of zoning laws specifically to ban it, the secondary effects doctrine allows such laws to stand as long as they serve another interest, such as community safety. Because of this doctrine, certain laws limiting the ways in which adult performers can dance and interact with customers have been enacted.
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