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SENATE COMMITTEE PASSES STRIP CLUB AGE REQUIREMENT

A bill that would prohibit anyone under the age of 21 from working in a strip club is advancing in the Florida Legislature. A Senate committee this week passed SB1690, introduced by Jacksonville Republican Senator Clay Yarborough. It would ban anyone under 21 from working in an adult entertainment establishment, including an adult bookstore, adult theater, special cabaret, or unlicensed massage facility. The bill notes these establishments are "widely recognized" as being a "significant part" of the sex trafficking network. A similar bill is in committee in the Florida House.





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