Exotic Dance Adult Entertainment: A Guide for Planners and Policy Makers

  title={Exotic Dance Adult Entertainment: A Guide for Planners and Policy Makers},
  author={Judith Lynne Hanna},
  journal={Journal of Planning Literature},
  pages={116 - 134}
  • J. Hanna
  • Published 1 November 2005
  • Law
  • Journal of Planning Literature
Because exotic dance adult entertainment is a nationwide lightning rod for conflict, a comprehensive knowledge base is necessary. This bibliographic summary of literature addresses some misperceptions and notes new United States Supreme Court cases that can lead planners, policy makers, and government attorneys into legal difficulties over restrictions they try to impose on this industry. Costs to enact, enforce, and defend the restrictions may divert scarce resources. The multi-disciplinary… 
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