New Strip Club Law
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Stripper Lover

Ridgway, PA

#1 Aug 11, 2010
Better get to the strip clubs before Aug. 28th.

this sucks....big time.

http://www.house.mo.gov/content.aspx...
Stripper Lover

Ridgway, PA

#2 Aug 11, 2010
No alcohol, no touching, not even clothes, 6 ft distance, no full nudity, must have pasties, close before midnight, and the list goes on...
Watcher

United States

#3 Aug 11, 2010
A lawsuit has been filed against the new law with both constitutional and procedural issues being challenged. I really don't think this law is going to take affect. It is always a slippery slope when you try to legislate morality.
Guest

Little Rock, AR

#4 Aug 11, 2010
At least the girls have a heads-up, so I'm sure they've been saving up their $1 bills in order to be able to go back to school. But most of them are very good people who have college degrees and will be running Fortune 500 companies in the near future. Good for the girls!
YUK

United States

#5 Aug 11, 2010
You have to be hard up to go to the strip clubs around here. Woof
suprised

Alma, AR

#6 Aug 11, 2010
this sucks big time
peachman

Poplar Bluff, MO

#7 Aug 11, 2010
Makes no difference. The government takkng over. People should have the right, within reaon, to do what they want. I have never been to any of clubs in PB but I sure as heck they have the right to be here.
juz me

Sligo, PA

#8 Aug 11, 2010
Watcher wrote:
A lawsuit has been filed against the new law with both constitutional and procedural issues being challenged. I really don't think this law is going to take affect. It is always a slippery slope when you try to legislate morality.
Not really the gov has been legislating morality for years...seat belt laws...car seat laws...helmet laws...smoking bans....cigarette tax....etc

Since: Jul 10

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#9 Aug 11, 2010
Stripper Lover wrote:
No alcohol, no touching, not even clothes, 6 ft distance, no full nudity, must have pasties, close before midnight, and the list goes on...
Thought that was how all nudie bars in Mo. where already!Always had to hit the East side if you wanted any of that when I was hitting the clubs!
Watcher

United States

#10 Aug 12, 2010
juz me wrote:
<quoted text>Not really the gov has been legislating morality for years...seat belt laws...car seat laws...helmet laws...smoking bans....cigarette tax....etc
Um... what you're talking about is legislating safety laws for the big insurance companies that line so many of our leaders' pockets. The primary drive behind the new law deals expressly with crime, divorce, etc., as a so-called result of such businesses. This kind of thinking will ban pool tables and get a mono-rail built.
Guest

Little Rock, AR

#11 Aug 12, 2010
Watcher wrote:
<quoted text>
Um... what you're talking about is legislating safety laws for the big insurance companies that line so many of our leaders' pockets. The primary drive behind the new law deals expressly with crime, divorce, etc., as a so-called result of such businesses. This kind of thinking will ban pool tables and get a mono-rail built.
I remember when springfield got a monorail. It was AWESOME!!!
Dolla Bill

Ford City, PA

#12 Aug 19, 2010
Get out and see the ladies this weekend. It might be your last chance.
Fred

Poplar Bluff, MO

#13 Aug 19, 2010
HERE IS THE NAMES OF THE STATE SENATE AND HOW THEY VOTED. I SAY VOTE THEM ALL OUT.

Y - Barnitz, Frank: D-Lake Spring (16)
Y - Bartle, Matt: R-Jackson County (8)
Y - Bray, Joan: D-St. Louis County (24)
Y - Callahan, Victor: D-Jackson County (11)
Y - Champion, Norma: R-Greene County (30)
Y - Clemens, Dan: R-Marshfield (20)
Y - Crowell, Jason: R-Cape Girardeau (27)
Y - Cunningham, Jane: R-St. Louis County (7)
N - Days, Rita: D-St. Louis County (14)
Y - Dempsey, Tom: R-St. Charles County (23)
Y - Engler, Kevin: R-Farmington (3)
Y - Goodman, Jack: R-Mt. Vernon (29)
A - Green, Tim: D-St. Louis County (13)
A - Griesheimer, John: R-Washington (26)
N - Justus, Jolie: D-Jackson County (10)
Y - Keaveny, Joseph: D-St. Louis City (4)
Y - Lager, Brad: R-Maryville (12)
Y - Lembke, Jim: R-St. Louis County (1)
Y - Mayer, Rob: R-Dexter (25)
Y - McKenna, Ryan: D-Jefferson County (22)
Y - Nodler, Gary: R-Joplin (32)
Y - Pearce, David: R-Warrensburg (31)
Y - Purgason, Chuck: R-Caulfield (33)
Y - Ridgeway, Luann: R-Smithville (17)
Y - Rupp, Scott: R-St. Charles County (2)
Y - Schaefer, Kurt: R-Columbia (19)
Y - Schmitt, Eric: R-St. Louis County (15)
A - Scott, Delbert: R-Lowry City (28)
Y - Shields, Charlie: R-St. Joseph (34)
Y - Shoemyer, Wes: D-Clarence (18)
Y - Stouffer, Bill: R-Napton (21)
Y - Vogel, Carl: R-Jefferson City (6)
N - Wilson, Yvonne: D-Jackson County (9)
N - Wright-Jones, Robin: D-St. Louis City (5)
She will know

Louisville, KY

#14 Aug 28, 2010
Now how will Barbie make a living? Dance behind the screen at the new 241 place? but there won't be any privates so no big $$$.
hmmmm

Doniphan, MO

#15 Aug 30, 2010
No alcohol? So the strip clubs can't serve alcohol anymore? Am I reading this correctly?
Watcher

United States

#16 Aug 31, 2010
hmmmm wrote:
No alcohol? So the strip clubs can't serve alcohol anymore? Am I reading this correctly?
Yes, you read correctly: the strip clubs cannot serve alcohol anymore; however, the 2 local clubs are now "bikini bars" and are not subject to the new law, and can, therefore, serve alcohol and stay open until 1:30 a.m.
Please explain

United States

#17 Sep 1, 2010
So what exactly is a Bikini Bar? Just girls running around in bikinis serving drinks? And what do you mean by they are not subject to the new law? Do you mean the enitre new law or just the fact thatthey can remain open until 1:30am?

Since: Aug 10

Poplar Bluff, MO

#18 Sep 2, 2010
Leave it to the clubs in pb to find a way around the new law you go girls!!!
Watcher

United States

#19 Sep 2, 2010
Please explain wrote:
So what exactly is a Bikini Bar? Just girls running around in bikinis serving drinks? And what do you mean by they are not subject to the new law? Do you mean the enitre new law or just the fact thatthey can remain open until 1:30am?
By not having the act of stripping in the club, the club ceases to be a "strip club" and is, therefore, not subject to the new law which deals specifically with "strip clubs." So, those clubs are now, like any other club, under just the missouri liquor laws. The girls can dance but only with their naughty bits covered.
Please explain

United States

#20 Sep 5, 2010
I have heard that there will be under cover "inspectors" going into these places on a routine basis to ensure that they are following procedure. These places may want to be careful so they don't get into trouble, I am sure the last thing they need is hefty fines.

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