The Missouri Supreme Court upholds a law regulating state sex shops.
Wrap: The Missouri Supreme Court unanimously upheld a 2010 Missouri law placing new regulations on state sex shops Tuesday.
The law, originally proposed by Republican State Senator Matt Bartle, prevents these shops from staying open past midnight and strippers from getting completely nude.
But Tom Rynard, the attorney defending the adult entertainment industry, says this case could be far from over.
|Description: "We're looking at whether there's any reason for filing a motion with the Missouri Supreme Court, if not then the intent of clients will be to take this case to the U.S. Supreme Court."|
The Court ruled the regulations protect the "health, welfare, and safety of Missouri residents."
In Jefferson City, I'm Scott Kanowsky, NewsRadio 1120 KMOX.