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Resource ID: #20242
Subject: Zoning
Source: Observer (Charlotte, N.C.)
Date: 2001-02-25


Because of new zoning rules, Charlotte's topless bars, X-rated rated video parlors and adult bookstores faced possible closure if they were within a certain distance from "homes, churches, schools, parks, day-care centers -- or one another." Three local adult businesses sued the city, saying the zoning ordinances were unconstitutional, and the city was using the rules to effectively drive them out of business.

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