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MO. Governor Bans Nudity, Alcohol At Strip Clubs

There are 90 comments on the Fox2Now story from Jun 25, 2010, titled MO. Governor Bans Nudity, Alcohol At Strip Clubs. In it, Fox2Now reports that:

Missouri's strip clubs and adult stores will need to keep their employees partially clad, minors out and doors closed after midnight under legislation signed Friday by Gov.

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Since: Apr 07

st louis

#90 Mar 26, 2011
This is the reason we need to vote these type of chuckleheads out of office. With all the issues pressing in Missouri why are we thinking about this stuff. Where are the jobs, the funds for education, monies for the mentally ill and the physically sick...Nixon will get my response in the near future...and a bunch of these other clowns.
OReally

Saint Louis, MO

#91 Mar 26, 2011
To anyone who thinks nude adult women are evil or immoral - why? You may have rude things to say about the men who occasionally appreciate clubs, but what are they doing to harm you? Maybe they are just trying to have a good time every once in a while. It may not be your idea of fun, but why become bitter and hateful over something really quite natural.
Anyways how about this governor do something to bring some more jobs to the state instead of wasting time with this.
Whatever

United States

#92 Mar 29, 2011
moxxie wrote:
Missouri can't afford to clean up all the problems caused by strip clubs. Sexually transmitted diseases, drug addiction, physical abuse against the dancers, inside crime and drug sales...nothing good comes from naked women dancing in front of frustrated, perverted, sex addicted angry men.
Thank you Gov.
Get A Grip!!!
Whatever

United States

#93 Mar 29, 2011
Get A Grip!!!!
cubaby

United States

#94 Aug 5, 2011
this was very nicely phrased for all the hollowed out reckless souls who make the world a filthy fictional place!!!!!
cubaby

United States

#95 Aug 5, 2011
Re: People who enjoy watching, gawking, touching naked women in public are voyeurs. Couples who have to go to strip clubs to keep their relationship alive are inexperienced lovers. Single women who have to use their bodies to provide for their children, need to go after the first man who used them, and make him pay for his own children. Americans who support strip clubs are a small minority, the majority have values, beliefs and sexual maturity that allows them to understand the difference between fantasy and reality. The minority in this case need to grow up and advance past their adolescent puberty stage. Big girls and big boys don't expose themselves for attention. this was very nicely phrased for all the hollowed out reckless souls who make the world a filthy fictional place!!!!!
HumanSpirit

Callahan, FL

#96 Aug 6, 2011
Pay attention to the Nursing home provisions because the Republican's are on that bandwagon to make profits for themselves and their buddies. Republican Scott Florida turned down a bill for favor of the Nursing homes ehich he has an investment. The doctors can become dangerous.

Drug testing in Florida of all persons taking pain medication has happened by declaring doctors prescribing pain medication a pain clinic. The Republicans are trying to write the law as only people on welfare. It violates privacy issues and is testing all person for a few persons on drugs. They also want to test the state employees. The labs get to test twice a year at 350 buck times millions of people. The governor owned one of the labs and was a CEO for HCA hospital that bilked the fed of 1.5 billion dollars.

The Republicans are NAZI's.
HumanSpirit

Callahan, FL

#97 Aug 6, 2011
FL Gov. Rick Scott Simply Refuses To Take Money For The Affordable Care Act

Pasted from < http://crooksandliars.com/susie-madrak/fl-gov... ;

I wonder if Gov. Rick's antipathy toward these programs has anything to do with the potential loss of money to his family's nursing homes or his contributors in the insurance and health care industries? Of course, since he's a wingnut, there's always a strong possibility that he's simply crazy:
In recent months, either Gov. Rick Scott’s administration or the state’s Republican-controlled Legislature has rejected grants aimed at moving long-term care patients into their homes, curbing child abuse through in-home counseling and strengthening state regulation of health premiums. They have shunned money to help sign up eligible recipients for Medicare, educate teenagers on preventing pregnancy and plan for the health insurance exchanges that the law requires by 2014.
While 36 states shared $27 million to counsel health insurance consumers, Florida did not apply for the grants. And in drafting this year’s budget, the Legislature failed to authorize an $8.3 million federal grant won by a county health department to expand community health centers.
[...] In distancing itself from the law, Florida declined to participate in a Medicaid pilot program that would have authorized up to $2 million in reimbursement to providers using a new hospice model for severely ill children. The state insurance commissioner applied to the Obama administration for a waiver from this year’s requirement that health insurers spend at least 80 percent of premium revenue on medical care. Only at the last minute did the State Health Department agree to provide required letters of support for community groups applying for federal wellness and prevention grants.
Critics say the state’s Republican leadership has carried its opposition to the health care law too far. The grants being shunned by the state, they point out, have little connection to the provisions that Florida is challenging in court, namely the insurance mandate and the expansion of Medicaid eligibility.
“It’s simply unconscionable that they’re turning back federal tax dollars that our citizens and businesses pay and sending those tax dollars to other states,” said Representative Kathy Castor, a Democrat who represents the Tampa Bay area.“Florida’s economy has been hit very hard, and we need every dollar and every job in our state.”

Pasted from < http://crooksandliars.com/susie-madrak/fl-gov... ;
HumanSpirit

Callahan, FL

#98 Aug 6, 2011
Fla. panel rejects federal funds for elderly
Full story: Ft. Meade Leader

A Florida legislative panel Friday rejected millions in federal money designed to help remove patients from nursing homes and provide them with similar care in their own homes.

http://www.fortmeadeleader.com/sunnews/fortme...
Blank

Wise, VA

#99 Aug 8, 2011
cubaby wrote:
Re: People who enjoy watching, gawking, touching naked women in public are voyeurs. Couples who have to go to strip clubs to keep their relationship alive are inexperienced lovers. Single women who have to use their bodies to provide for their children, need to go after the first man who used them, and make him pay for his own children. Americans who support strip clubs are a small minority, the majority have values, beliefs and sexual maturity that allows them to understand the difference between fantasy and reality. The minority in this case need to grow up and advance past their adolescent puberty stage. Big girls and big boys don't expose themselves for attention. this was very nicely phrased for all the hollowed out reckless souls who make the world a filthy fictional place!!!!!
Thanks "Falwell", or is it "Dobson?" "Robertson?" "Schlafly?"

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