This report should panic old school denizens of these dank houses of ill repute. Meanwhile, what legislators never want to acknowledge is that mobile phone tech has turned this game far more dangerous and taken it completely off the map in order to avoid any regulations.
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TOPEKA - Supporters of legislation that would restrict drinking, nudity and touching at strip clubs say sweeping changes to the industry are necessary to crack down on illegal activities. House Bill 2403 establishes the Community Defense Act, which would regulate where a sexually oriented business can be located, limit hours of operation and ban alcoholic beverages on the premises.