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June 21, 2017


Just days ahead of its opening, the organizers of Columbus’s Community Festival (ComFest) have announced that they intend to file a lawsuit seeking an injunction against law enforcement agencies from punishing women for going topless at the popular event.

(Thanks to Mike Leone)


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Prior restraint!

This blog has obviously never been to the Columbus Comfest. The rule in dispute was made to regulate strip clubs or other "adult entertainment" venues.

The Comfest organizers rightly pointed out that they are not a strip club. Further, I'll volunteer that these ain't dancing girls we're talking about. That's all I'm saying.

This clearly points out why Ohio is a goner.

I bet there will be a lot of teenage boys at this event.

Banning of alcohol would nipple the, er cripple the fest!

This sounds like a cover-up!

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