A House committee is considering legislation aimed at raising to 21 the age of dancers who could legally work in the state’s all-nude strip joints. Representative Bill Ransdall of Waynesville says these establishments are not covered by the rules and regulations which govern bars and other businesses which serve alcohol. The establishments are known as juice bars because they sell juice, which patrons can mix with the bottles they have bought elsewhere and are permitted to being into the clubs. Critics of the legislation say this is simply a morality play, an opportunity by those opposed to adult entertainment to have their views become the law of the land.
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