New York City Votes to End Cabaret Law

New York City lawmakers voted to strike down a 91-12 months-old cabaret law Tuesday that prohibited dancing in public areas without a permit. The city council voted forty one-1 on Bill 1652 that gets rid of the cabaret regulation. However, it keeps protection responsibilities, like requiring cameras for large venues. Many believe the cabaret law turned into enacted in the The twenties crackdown…
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