By Kelcey Caulder (August 1, 2022, 8:03 p.m. EDT) — The Eleventh Circuit upheld a lower court’s ruling that a Miami Beach, Florida ordinance requiring strip clubs to verify the ages of dancers and to maintain ad hoc searchable records does not violate the clubs First and Fourth Amendment rights.
The ordinance – which was passed after a 13-year-old human trafficking victim was forced to dance naked at Club Madonna, the city’s only all-naked strip club – compels strip clubs -tease to verify the age of workers using a government-issued ID and another form. of proof of age, as well as their eligibility for employment. Strip clubs must also keep detailed payroll records and worker records…
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