Reno’s ’21 and older’ rule for strippers prompts $15M lawsuit over right to work

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Some strippers in Nevada have filed a $15 million lawsuit against the city of Reno after it banned women below age 21 from working in local gentlemen's clubs.

The eight plaintiffs — between ages 18-21 — claim that banning younger adults from the jobs is a civil rights violation. The women said they're expecting to lose between $50,000 and $100,000 annually over the new law, which they argue amounts to the government taking away their ability to earn a living.

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