Who knew you have a constitutional right to dance nekkid with a pole?
State high court weighs strip club 'pole tax'
The justices heard oral arguments at St. Mary's University School of Law for the 2007 legislation, which instituted a $5 fee for each person at a nude dancing establishment where alcohol is served.
But so far, a state district judge in Austin and the 3rd Court of Appeals have agreed with the Texas Entertainment Association — a lobbyist group for the strip clubs — that the tax is unconstitutional.
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