Strip Club Sues After Brochures Removed From Rest Stops

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    An Atlantic City strip club can continue its lawsuit after its brochure was removed from rest stops along two New Jersey toll roads.

    Bare Exposure claims the agencies that operate the Garden State Parkway and Atlantic City Expressway infringed on its First Amendment rights and hurt its business.

    A federal judge denied a request from the New Jersey Turnpike Authority and the South Jersey Transportation Authority to dispose of the case without a trial. The judge says more time is needed to gather evidence.

    The company that manages the rest stops had the brochures removed.

    The Press of Atlantic City reports court documents show the brochures featured a woman's face and advertised Bare Exposures as Atlantic City's only all nude entertainment, featuring all-nude couch dances.

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