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Public nudity laws unconstitutional? Ontario court to rule on challenge

January 12, 2012 in Grand Forks Herald

A man who allegedly went through fast food drive-thrus while naked and pretended to get a wallet out of his non-existent back pocket is challenging the laws. Continue Reading

Supreme Court hearing arguments over curse words, coarse content on TV

January 10, 2012 in Grand Forks Herald

The justices are hearing arguments today in a First Amendment case that pits the Obama administration against the nation’s television networks. The material at issue includes the isolated use of expletives as well as fines against broadcasters who showed a woman’s nude buttocks on a 2003 episode of ABC’s “NYPD Blue.” Continue Reading

UPDATE: Foxholm, N.D., bar gets OK for deer opener exotic dancers

October 29, 2010 in Grand Forks Herald

A topless dancer tradition on the opening weekend of deer hunting season in the small northwest North Dakota town of Foxholm will continue, though some county leaders wonder if their blessing sets a bad precedent.
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Patrons show a little too much skin at local tavern

September 8, 2010 in The Dickinson Press

A local watering hole received a $500 citation and a two-year monitoring period after a “wet T-shirt contest” and breast flashing ensued on July 24. Continue Reading

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